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Another fallout cloud from the Orient - Artley, Bob

"Koreagate" was a scandal involving South Korean politicians who wanted support from US Democrats in Congress. In return, the Koreans offered bribes. Up to 115 Congressmen may have been involved, but only one, Richard T. Hanna, was criminally charged and convicted for accepting bribes. The deals seem to have been responses to President Nixon's decision to withdraw troops from South Korea.

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As the earth turns - Artley, Bob

On December 14, 1977 the American Agriculture Movement was founded by farmers who felt their economic plight was being neglected by President Carter. They attempted to organize a nation-wide crop strike. This cartoon suggests that it is easy to protest farming in the winter, but, come spring, the crops must be grown.

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Cloning is really nothing new - Artley, Bob

In March of 1978, reporter David Rorvik published The Cloning of a Man, in which he claimed the first human clone had already been born. This cartoon suggests that clones are old news, and he presents the number of government bureaus as his evidence. On verso, pencil sketch of cartoon about world energy needs, energy corporations, and solar power, titled "What Sun Day is all about."

Image of If we must spend billions for missiles... - Artley, Bob

If we must spend billions for missiles... - Artley, Bob

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

Image of Memories of a Former Kid - Artley, Bob

Memories of a Former Kid - Artley, Bob

Donated by the artist for the 1986 Festival of Cartoon Art.