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'Do you promise to behave?' - Barnett, Jerry

In 1971, Nixon adopted a policy of strict economic controls called the New Economic Plan. This policy is also referred to as "Nixonomics." The controls were relaxed with time, though this cartoon suggests Nixon's reluctance to let go of control. Inscribed by the artist to "Gus."

Image of Federal Debt - Barnett, Jerry

Federal Debt - Barnett, Jerry

editorial cartoon from AAEC Convention exhibit held in Orlando, Florida

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Hard Times - Barnett, Jerry

Gift of Addie Rosenthal. Creator inscribed and autographed on recto.

Image of Middle Income Taxpayer - Barnett, Jerry

Middle Income Taxpayer - Barnett, Jerry

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

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"The winnah!" - Barnett, Jerry

This cartoon depicts Muskie's hard-worn victory in the 1972 Democratic presidential primary in New Hampshire. Muskie had to overcome rumors and the ordeal of the Canuck Letter, a slanderous document forged by Nixon's campaign to ruin Muskie's reputation. The toll of this fight is illustrated by the beat-up politician in the cartoon.