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Viewing: Alexander, Ken, 1924-

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"Ink? Who needs ink?" - Alexander, Ken, 1924-

This cartoon reflects the American view of the Palestinian Liberation Organization as a terrorist group. Specifically, it depicts the blood on the group's hand after attacks such as the 1970 Avivim school bus massacre (pictured). No year given, but date given as a Tuesday, which dates the cartoon to either 1972 or 1978.

Image of \Oh-oh!  I didn't know he had company" - Alexander, Ken, 1924-

\Oh-oh! I didn't know he had company" - Alexander, Ken, 1924-

Gift of Mrs. Betty Kuchel. Autographed by the artist to Senator Kuchel.

Image of Reaganomics - Alexander, Ken, 1924-

Reaganomics - Alexander, Ken, 1924-

Donated by the artist for the 1983 Festival of Cartoon Art.

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"To dre-e-e-eam the impossible dre-e-e-eam..." - Alexander, Ken, 1924-

This original political cartoon expresses how impossible it seemed that Jimmy Carter could balance the federal budget. Carter went on to briefly balance the budget for 1981. No year given, but the date is given as a Monday, which dates the cartoon to 1977, the first year of Carter's term as president.

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"We put just one snail darter in every river and America grinds to a halt!" - Alexander, Ken, 1924-

This cartoon satirizes the extremity of the Snail Darter Controversy in Tennessee. The snail darter, a small river fish, was endangered by the construction of a dam, and the ecological controversy made it to the Supreme Court in 1978. Dam construction was slowed, but not stopped. No year given on cartoon, but date is given as a Monday, which dates this to 1978. Feasability confirmed by year of controversy.