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Some political cartoonists have drawn parallels to the (not that there is only one homogenous) American Indian experience: Victor Gillam, “Speaking from experience. (Through Professor Macaroni’s wireless telegraphy) – American Indian (to Filipino) – ‘Be good, or you will be … Continue reading
A similar tale from two Bills:
Once again demonstrating the old adage: “Same sh*t, different day.” UPDATE: Found another one (of many!)… “A democratic version of a famous saying,” Judge, 29 April 1893
While I was searching for a New Yorker cartoon to accompany a previous post, I came across some other images as well as several variations on the theme of being setting adrift on an ice floe. I’m not the first person to notice this … Continue reading
Continuing the theme of Inuit art, make of this what you will…
Today I bring you another trope that lots of cartoons use, ye olde cave painting:
Researching political cartoons and caricatures inevitably leads to uncovering things I cannot hope to understand. For example, this man is depicted as an ice cream maker: (I mean, I get it, he’s W. H. Ballard of the Ballard Ice Cream … Continue reading
This is a variation on an oft-repeated theme. Long-time readers / viewers may recall the “Three Mile Limit” that was exploited during Prohibition in the United States. These cartoons show the long-standing debates between the U.S. and Canada over boundaries, … Continue reading
The United States represented as a predator in political cartoons? No way… Hmm, I guess that trope does date back to at least 1898.
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