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William Jennings Bryan — Secretary of State: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Amongst the many positions which newly elected President Woodrow Wilson had to pick, was Secretary of State. Wilson, elected in November 1912, would not assume the Presidency until March 1913, and so had plenty of time to make his decisions — and took his time in announcing them. William Jennings Bryan, who had been the […]

William Jennings Bryan: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, July 1912, Part 3 + Cartoons Magazine Revue

In 1912, neither the Republican nor Democratic parties entered their conventions with their Presidential nominees decided. As we’ve already seen, this resulted in the Republican Party tearing itself in two. At this point, the 1912 Democratic Convention is yet to come, and cartoonists were still speculating on whether William Jennings Bryan — three times the […]

William Jennings Bryan: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 6

Above, from Cartoons Magazine‘s June 1912 issue, while Republican fireworks are about to go off at next week’s 1912 National Convention, Democrats were also approaching their convention without any candidate clearly the winner. Thus, speculation continued that William Jennings Bryan — twice the Democratic Presidential nominee, might attempt to seize the nomination for a third […]

William Jennings Bryan: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, May 1912, Part 7

Above & below, will repeat Presidential nominee (& loser), William Jennings Bryan, jump into the race for yet another run?? Cartoonist Robert Minor, Jr. (above), thinks not. Other cartoonists, including Billy Ireland (below), aren’t so certain. Only time will tell… This special edition of the latest election news, comes from the May 1912 issue of […]

The “I Did It” Club, 1916

As we continue our post-election close-out, we look at the 1916 book, The “I Did It” Club. By artist Clifford K. Berryman — who was Republican — The “I Did It” Club was published by the Gridiron Club of Washington. D.C., for it’s post-Election dinner, and offers a basically Republican-slant on why Democratic President Woodrow […]

Wall Street Buys the Elections: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #109

Above, the front cover of the September 26th, 1896 issue of Up-To-Date. Titled Man and Master, it depicts Corporate Power dictating to workers how they should vote. Art by Champe. Beneath, The Vote That Elects Our President — being the signature in a checkbook, given by the wealthy/corporations, to fund the political campaign they favor […]

Three-Way Partying 3!: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1912

Back yet again with our up-to-the-century election coverage, via the October and November 1912 issues of Cartoons Magazine, from back in the days when insurgent forces inside the Republican Party split it in two, giving us a major three-way race, plus hope to minor parties that their day might finally be arriving. Above, cartoons involving […]

Three-Way Partying 2!: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, September 1912

Welcome back again, to a look at the days when Mr. & Mrs. America decided to flirt with threeways! Above, voters and Uncle Sam alike, find themselves tangled and rope bound with major Party Animals, the Democratic Donkey, Republican Elephant, and Progressive Party Bull Moose. Art by Bronstrup, Doc Hirer Finch, Harry J. Westerman, and […]

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) […]

Bryan vs. the Democratic Machine: 1912 Democratic National Convention, Part 2: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

< In 1912, the Democratic nomination was up for grabs going into the Convention, and Wall Street moneyed interests made a play at aligning with the Party Bosses in general — and the corrupt Tammany Hall in particular — at getting in their man (Champ Clark). They’d already succeeded in having their puppet — Taft […]

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