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IMMIGRATION 1919: Anti-Immigration cartoon saying America can't digest the radical elements who were part of the immigration to the country. By inference, anyone with leftist leanings who favor radical action.

IMMIGRATION 1919: Anti-Immigration cartoon saying America can't digest the radical elements who were part of the immigration to the country. By inference, anyone with leftist leanings who favor radical action.

Ne nous le cachons pas, regarder la télé avec ses enfants, blottis sous un plaid, bien à l'abri du froid est toujours un moment agréable en famille...

Les 10 meilleures adaptations de livres pour enfants à la télé

Ne nous le cachons pas, regarder la télé avec ses enfants, blottis sous un plaid, bien à l'abri du froid est toujours un moment agréable en famille...

This cartoon was published in Star March 27, 1920 during the time between the 19th Amendment’s passing June 4, 1919 and its ratification August 18, 1920. As it was published during this time, it was meant to represent the suffragist’s struggle at the end of their struggle for the 19th Amendment.

This cartoon was published in Star March 27, 1920 during the time between the 19th Amendment’s passing June 4, 1919 and its ratification August 18, 1920. As it was published during this time, it was meant to represent the suffragist’s struggle at the end of their struggle for the 19th Amendment.

This cartoon of 18 June 1947 by EH Shepard for the British magazine Punch shows Truman and Stalin as two taxi-drivers trying to get customers.  The 'customers' are labelled 'Turkey', 'Hungary', 'Bulgaria', 'Austria'.

This cartoon of 18 June 1947 by EH Shepard for the British magazine Punch shows Truman and Stalin as two taxi-drivers trying to get customers. The 'customers' are labelled 'Turkey', 'Hungary', 'Bulgaria', 'Austria'.

ANTI-WAR CARTOON: Come on in, America, the Blood's Fine! by M.A. Kempf. Anti-war cartoon first published in The Masses in June 1917, p.4, depicting three women (England, France and Germany) being embraced by War in a sea of blood and corpses. •

ANTI-WAR CARTOON: Come on in, America, the Blood's Fine! by M.A. Kempf. Anti-war cartoon first published in The Masses in June 1917, p.4, depicting three women (England, France and Germany) being embraced by War in a sea of blood and corpses. •

Revolutionary War Basic Facts: when was it? who was involved? where was it? what was it? why did it happen?

Revolutionary War Basic Facts: when was it? who was involved? where was it? what was it? why did it happen?

Dr. 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.)

Dr. 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.)

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