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Stars of Political Cartooning – Jay Norwood “Ding” Darling

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist whose cartoons landed him a major position in the FDR administration!

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Stars of Political Cartooning – George Cruikshank

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a notable British political cartoonist who is most famous for his non-political work with a legendary British author.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Edmund Duffy

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at another three-time winner of the Editorial Cartoon Pulitzer Prize!

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Stars of Political Cartooning – James Gillray

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at perhaps the greatest caricaturist of all-time!

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Rollin Kirby

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at the first cartoonist to ever win a Pulitzer Prize.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Francisco Goya

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at one of the greatest artists of all time, who also happened to be one of the earliest political cartoonists, as well.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Oliver Harrington

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a fellow who no less than Langston Hughes referred to as “America’s greatest Black cartoonist.”

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Stars of Political Cartooning – John McCutcheon

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a political cartoonist whose work resonates today as well as it did in the early 20th Century.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – William Hogarth

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at perhaps the originator of the modern political cartoon.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Robert Minor

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at an American cartoonist who was never afraid to speak his mind, even if the U.S. Government wouldn’t allow him.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Herb “Herblock” Block

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at the fellow who coined the term “McCarthyism.”

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Theodor Geisel

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a great editorial cartoonist best known for his other doctorate work.

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Stars of Political Cartooning – David Low

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a fellow who at least one historian termed “the dominant cartoonist of the western world.”

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Bill Mauldin

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at the youngest winner of the Pulitzer Prize (at the time) in the award’s history!

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Stars of Political Cartooning – Honore Daumier

Each day this month I will be profiling a notable political cartoonist. Since the choices are vast, I’ve decided to slim the numbers down a bit and eliminate living cartoonists. Perhaps I will do a current political cartoon stars in the future.

Here‘s an archive of the artists mentioned already.

Today we look at a French cartoonist who took on the King!

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