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Viewing: Alexander, Bob, 1943-

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Arafat Peace Tool - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Editorial cartoon depicting Yasser Arafat, leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization, pulling the pin from a grenade. Araft gained international sympathy in 1974 due to a speech he made on November 13th in front of the United Nations, yet Arafat's organization was still associated with various militant actions. Inscribed: To Gus & Joanie Turbeville, Best wishes, Friends, Marty & Me."

Image of Benchwarmer's Sports Trivia - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Benchwarmer's Sports Trivia - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Artwork for book Benchwarmer's Sports Trivia; eighth drawing in book; shifted from TM.P137-7

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Benchwarmer's Sports Trivia - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Artist inscription: "To Lynn Johnston From a 'Better or Worse' Fan! All best wishes...A Friend, Bob Alexander.

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Benchwarmer's Sports Trivia - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Inscribed and signed by artist on recto. Velox copy attached on recto.

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Detente is the mutal achievement of all peace-loving states... - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Gift of Addie Rosenthal. Creator inscribed and autographed on recto. Published by the Eagle-Tribune.

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He no playa the game... he no maka the rules. - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Editorial cartoon mocking scandal-ridden Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz. Butz mocked, allegedly, Pope Paul VI's stance against birth control (or "population control") at the 1974 World Food Conference by saying "He no playa the game, he no maka the rules" in a fake Italian accent. 145a is the art alone while 145b is a printout of the art with the title. The art is inscribed: To Gus & Joanie Turbeville, It's an honor to be asked to be in your collection. From Marty & me. A friend, Bob Alexander."

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It's inconceivable to me that a CIVILIZED WORLD like the 1940's could let this happen... IT COULD NEVER HAPPEN TODAY, No Sir!!! - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Editorial cartoon comparing the atrocities of the Holocaust to the various atrocities of 1978 and its contemporary era, such as Idi Amin's Ugandan genocide, the Cambodian genocide of the Khmer Rouge, the 1966 anti-Igbo pogrom in Nigeria, Juan Corona's mass murder of migrant workers in the U.S., and the torture of U.S. military personnel during the Vietnam War.

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Japan- Land of Our Falling Value. - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Editorial cartoon depicting the dollar's decrease in value compared to the yen. The dollar hit a record low of around 200-yen on July 6th, 1978. Inscribed: "To our friends at the Museum of Cartoon Art, All the best from Marty & Me, Bob Alexander."

Image of Nomination - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Nomination - Alexander, Bob, 1943-

Donated by the artist for the 1983 Festival of Cartoon Art. One and two column proofs for August 13, 1979.