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A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND. Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey Featured Cartoons Image

A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND. Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey

A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND.
Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey

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CARTOON: BLUE LAWS, 1895. Does your husband object to dry Sundays? No, but I do Featured Cartoons Image

CARTOON: BLUE LAWS, 1895. Does your husband object to dry Sundays? No, but I do

CARTOON: BLUE LAWS, 1895.
"Does your husband object to dry Sundays?" "No, but I do. He used to feel so dreadfully penitent Monday mornings that he'd give me at least ten dollars as a sort of penance; but now he feels so good Monday mornings that he don't give me anything but a kiss." Cartoon, American, 1895

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NAST: ELECTION, 1876. The Bloody Shirt Reformed. Governor Tilden: It is not I Featured Cartoons Image

NAST: ELECTION, 1876. The Bloody Shirt Reformed. Governor Tilden: It is not I

NAST: ELECTION, 1876.
The "Bloody Shirt" Reformed. Governor Tilden: "It is not I, but the Idea of Reform which I represent." Cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1876, associated Democratic presidential candidate Samuel J. Tilden with the violence against African Americans in the South following the Civil War

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