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Nelson Harding 1912 Election Close Out

Today, we complete our extracts from artist Nelson Harding‘s collection, The Political Campaign of 1912 in Cartoons, with cartoons appropriate to the post-election (then & now). Some of these I’ve shown before, and some are new. The context below, is that in the 1912 Presidential Election, the Republican Party came in third place, behind the […]

Nelson Harding’s 1912 “A Political Primer”, R thru W

We today conclude our presentation of artist Nelson Harding‘s ABC book parody, “A Political Primer”, making fun of Teddy Roosevelt. Found within the magazine-sized booklet, The Political Campaign of 1912 in Cartoons, collecting Harding’s cartoons published in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. But wait! You may be asking, “What about X, Y, and Z?” Sorry. You’ll […]

Nelson Harding’s 1912 “A Political Primer”, L thru Q

Part three of artist Nelson Harding‘s ABC book parody, “A Political Primer”, making fun of Teddy Roosevelt. Found within the magazine-sized booklet, The Political Campaign of 1912 in Cartoons, collecting Harding’s cartoons published in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Doug Wheeler ElectionComics

Nelson Harding’s 1912 “A Political Primer”, G thru K

Today, part two of artist Nelson Harding‘s ABC book parody, “A Political Primer”, making fun of Teddy Roosevelt. Found within the magazine-sized booklet, The Political Campaign of 1912 in Cartoons, collecting Harding’s cartoons published in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Doug Wheeler ElectionComics William Randolph Hearst

Nelson Harding’s 1912 “A Political Primer”, A thru F

Today, the first part of artist Nelson Harding‘s ABC book parody, “A Political Primer”, making fun of Teddy Roosevelt. Found within the magazine-sized booklet, The Political Campaign of 1912 in Cartoons, collecting Harding’s cartoons published in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Doug Wheeler ElectionComics T.R.

Teddy Roosevelt Shot!: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1912

On this date, one century ago, Presidential candidate Teddy Roosevelt was shot while on his way to giving a campaign speech, by would-be assassin John Flammang Schrank. Roosevelt was known for giving long-winded speeches, and it was the thick notes of his speech which slowed down the bullet enough, that T.R.‘s wound was not fatal. […]

Election Cash: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #101: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1912

The Supreme Court having thrown Campaign Reform laws back one hundred years or more, we take a look at the influence of corporate money on elections, one century past, via the the editorial cartoons found in the September 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Above, the front cover, with inset cartoon by Harry J. Westerman. Click […]

Nothing Changes About Congress: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, September 1912

From the September 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, we see that a century has made little difference in the workings of Congress. In 1912, the Republican Party split in two at the Presidential level, with supporters of Taft remaining with the G.O.P., and the insurgents in league with T.R., forming the new Progressive Party. Herbert […]

1912 Democratic National Convention, Part 3: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

Above, held until now, from the January 1912 issue One of Cartoons Magazine, a page on the effort of cities trying to get the Democratic National Convention (and its business) to be held in their city. At this point, the Republicans has already decided upon Chicago. The cartoons from the Chicago Daily News (top left) […]

Passing of Party Bosses (yeah, right): Cartoons Magazine Centennial, July 1912, Part 10

From the July 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine — optimistic exhuberance about how, in 1912, the introduction of direct voting for candidates in primary, would lead to the elimination of Party Bosses ignoring the voters, and nominating who the establishment wanted. Of course, we still have Party Operatives, who influence results, albeit slightly more subtly. […]

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