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Viewing: Ayers, Chuck, 1947-

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"...but what if we go on strike and nobody notices the difference?" - Ayers, Chuck, 1947-

This cartoon questions the effectiveness of a postal union strike.

Image of [chalk talk drawings] - Ayers, Chuck, 1947-

[chalk talk drawings] - Ayers, Chuck, 1947-

15 chalk talk drawings by Chuck Ayers laminated for use in Susan French's classroom.

Image of Crankshaft - Batiuk, Tom, 1947-

Crankshaft - Batiuk, Tom, 1947-

Cartoon is inscribed by the artist, "For Tim- who never gets cranky! Warm regards- Tom Batiuk".

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[Detente] - Ayers, Chuck, 1947-

The foreign policy of detente ended on Jan. 2, 1980, just before Ronald Reagan's inauguration. Cartoon is undated, but depicts detente as a fossil in a museum, suggesting it is obsolete. Note to return cartoon to artist on verso.

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[Italian Government Boots] - Ayers, Chuck, 1947-

This cartoon characterizes President Carter's distress as NATO seems to help the Italian Communist Party (PCI) gain control the Italian government. In the 1976 election, the PCI got 34% of the popular vote. Italy was also threatened by the violence of the Red Brigades, a far-left terror group, during the Years of Lead (late 1960s-early 1980s).