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Library of Congress: American Cartoon Prints

This collection from the Library of Congress gathers together over 500 prints of political cartoons and caricatures.
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This collection from the Library of Congress gathers together over 500 prints of political cartoons and caricatures. Clicking on View All takes you to the nine pages of images. Each image includes information about who created it, when it was created, and a detailed summary of what the cartoon was reflecting. The cartoons, amusing and thought-provoking, add a great dimension to the study of American history and politics.

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