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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.
A political cartoon titled "Columbia Demands Her Children" from 1864 is a representation of the nation asking President Abraham Lincoln for an accounting of the war dead. 5. Thomas Nast’s Anti-Tammany Cartoons, 1871 Ironically, the “Father of the American Cartoon” was German-born caricaturist and editorial cartoonist Thomas Nast (1840-1902).
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Art Director Sam Viviano showed slides of MAD political satire going back to the McCarthy hearings and cover icon Alfred E. Neuman’s first mock Presidential run in 1956, Spy vs. Spy’s “surreal elegance” in parodying the Cold War, and “East Side Story,” with Mort Drucker’s drawings of Nikita Khrushchev and Adlai Stevenson.
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Art critics, art historians, aestheticians, and others too often tend to dismiss cartoons and caricatures as silly — not serious — trivial, and irrelevant. Yet as the following list of cartoons and caricatures that have wreaked havoc throughout history should make clear, cartoons can have a powerful psychological, emotional, and political impact.
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.