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Viewing: Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

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Image of Beattie Blvd. - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Beattie Blvd. - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

No year. Caption: "First we had to separate bottles by color. Now they want newspapers separated by liberal and conservative?"

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Beattie Blvd. - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Cartoon depicting a problem at a blimp hangar.

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"Cheer up! Things will get better... I was an 'elder statesman' by the time I died, remember?" - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

This original political cartoon depicts a midnight visit to Bill Clinton from the ghost of Richard Nixon. The ghost suggests that Clinton will survive the Monica Lewinsky scandal with his reputation intact, citing himself as an example. Clinton's relationship with Lewinsky came to light in 1998.

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"Dear John..." - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Donated by artist following exhibit at Runnings Gallery, Seattle, 1990.

Image of Doing the Lord's Work - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Doing the Lord's Work - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Formed part of the 1993 AAEC Convention cartoon exhibit.

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"Do you think this will help my re-election chances?" - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Original political cartoon depicting President Clinton, a Democrat, disguised as a Republican. In the mid-term elections of November 1994, Democrats lost control of Congress for the first time in forty years. The Republicans picked up 54 seats, a feat called the Republican Revolution. Clinton wonders in the cartoon how this will effect his chances of re-election in 1996.

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"I must be having a nightmare" - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Political cartoon satirizing the tastes of President Bush.

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"I won't be happy unless we nominate a presidential candidate who is conservative enough to lose the election!" - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Original political cartoon expressing conservatives' irrational dissatisfaction with the Republican candidates for the 1996 presidential election.

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President Truman weighs the decision to drop the bomb in 1945... - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

This original political cartoon suggest that American lives were President Truman's priority in his decision to drop the bombs, not his future reputation.

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Snafu - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Cartoons For Literacy.

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"The next step to improved relations with China is a summit meeting!" - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Donated by artist following exhibit at Runnings Gallery, Seattle, 1990.

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The Religious Right's efforts to restrict family planning and abortion brings prayer to public schools: - Beattie, Bruce, 1954-

Political cartoon suggesting that restricted contraceptive access will leave high school girls praying that they are not pregnant. Likely in response to increased presence of the Christian right in politics, especially in Congress following the 1994 elections.