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We don’t have a lot of political cartoons from the very early republic, but lately I have very much appreciated one called “Mad Tom in a Rage.” As you can see, it shows the Devil and Tom Paine working to pull down the Federal Government.
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Seuss' Political Cartoons - The children's author drew more than 400 fantastical political cartoons in the early years of World War II. 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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By looking at some examples of published political cartoons you can get a good idea of the common elements, themes, and ideas behind this type of cartoon. Political cartoons aim to illustrate a certain issue and represent a viewpoint regarding it. Political cartoons generally make use of simple artwork to get their point across quickly and cleanly. Most political cartoons aim to illustrate perceived problems or defend political positions.
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4A-1066486 Artist unknown, "The Providential Detection," cartoon, reprinted from The American Past, by Roger Butterfield (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1947) 32. 4B-1066491 Anonymous, "Mad Tom in a Rage," cartoon, c. 1800, reprinted from A History of American Graphic Humor, by William Murrell (New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1933) 48.