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False promise

False promise

A Paul Conrad 1970s cartoon depicting President Nixon as a criminal barricaded in the White House with caption, “If you want me, you’re gonna have to come in and get me!”

A Paul Conrad cartoon depicting President Nixon as a criminal barricaded in the White House with caption, “If you want me, you’re gonna have to come in and get me!

Wonder If It's Stormproof, June 1919

Wonder If It's Stormproof, June 1919

1963, US - by Bill Mauldin [Source: Chicago Sun-Times]

US - by Bill Mauldin [Source: Chicago Sun-Times]

ANTI-U.S. CHINESE POLITICAL CARTOONS

The early China - 'Modern Revisionist'

When Herblock portrayed his John Q. Public figure in a gas mask, standing on a filthy planet Earth overwhelmed by toxic spills, polluted waterways, and unprecedented levels of air pollution, he was showing his support for the passage of the Clean Air Act of 1970 and the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency on December 2, 1970.

Industrial Smoke Stacks as Environmental Nightmare: Herblock, for the washington Post,

Title: Trying to Get a Foot in the Door (1960)

Title: Trying to Get a Foot in the Door

‘A new beginning?’ In 1985, considering the grim legacy of communism in the Soviet Union, the cartoonist Fritz Behrendt speculates on the real capacity for reform possessed by the new Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party, Mikhail Gorbachev.

’ In considering the grim legacy of communism in the Soviet Union, the cartoonist Fritz Behrendt speculates on the real capacity for reform possessed by the new Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party, Mikhail Gorbachev.

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