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Philip Dawe (attributed), The Bostonians Paying the Excise-man, or Tarring and Feathering (1774) - 02 - Public humiliation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is the Boston Tea Party and it shows the colonists making this tax collector drink the tea. This picture represents the Boston Tea Party and how the colonists would tar and feather the tax collectors.

Obama bowing because of all the debt he created making him bend over in front of China http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/politicalcartoons/ig/Political-Cartoons/Obama-s-Bow.htm

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The Chinese hold sway on how much debt the U. can accumulate, since so much of the money comes from China. Who's holding the purse strings now?

The message of this cartoon isn't obvious - but it reminds us of an important advance for American women in the 1920s. In 1920, after decades of campaigning, all adult women were finally given the vote.

The message of this cartoon isn't obvious - but it reminds us of an important advance for American women in the In after decades of campaigning, all adult women were finally given the vote.

Marie Antoinette As A Hog-Chewing Harpy And More Freaky Pics From The French Revolution THE NEWLY LAUNCHED FRENCH REVOLUTION DIGITAL ARCHIVE...

Marie Antoinette As A Hog-Chewing Harpy And More Freaky Pics From The French Revolution

Marie Antoinette As A Hog-Chewing Harpy And More Freaky Pics From The French Revolution THE NEWLY LAUNCHED FRENCH REVOLUTION DIGITAL ARCHIVE...

Doctor Seuss view of Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union.

Seuss Political Cartoon (Note: The posting of this cartoon doesn't necessarily mean the poster agrees with it. It was posted in the name of scholarship.

[insert laughing emoji here]  oh how history repeats itself.

Fishermagical Thought: "Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.

Shared by DrForester. In the Dr. Seuss drew a lot of political cartoons leading up to, and throughout America's Involvement in World War

Satirical etching by James Gillray (1756-1815) about the Treaty of Paris, signed at the end of the American Revolution, as well as the War of the Spanish Succession which was waged concurrently in Europe. Dated 1784 Stock Photo

Satirical etching by James Gillray about the Treaty of Paris, signed at the end of the American Revolution, as well as the War of the Spanish Succession which was waged concurrently in Europe. Dated 1784 Stock Photo

In June, 1941 Germany attacked Russia. Just two years after it had signed the Non-Aggression Pact.. RAW WW2 HISTORY REDEFINED: World War Two In Cartoons By ILLINGWORTH

In June, 1941 Germany attacked Russia. Just two years after it had signed the Non-Aggression Pact.

Political cartoon, 22 May 1940. Cartoonist Clifford Berryman saw isolationism as reverse of the US attitude in WWI when US troops landed in France shouting "Lafayette we are here!" (referring to French support during the Revolutionary War). Now in the period of isolationism and neutrality, Uncle Sam could only sit behind his sealed off America and proclaim "Lafayette, we are here!" while Germany invaded France.

“ “Lafayette, we are HERE!”, From the series: Berryman Political Cartoon Collection, 1896 - 1949 ” Isolationism was a powerful influence on American foreign policy in the period preceding.

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