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Viewing: Bender, Jack, 1931-

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Image of [Alex Hannum] - Bender, Jack, 1931-

[Alex Hannum] - Bender, Jack, 1931-

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"Beads...headbands...joints (etc)... get 'em while they last!" - Bender, Jack, 1931-

Cartoon depicts integration of hippie culture into the mainstream, and capitalist gain from commoditization of hippie culture. Artist labels this "the hippie establishment."

Image of [Bill Dobbyn] - Bender, Jack, 1931-

[Bill Dobbyn] - Bender, Jack, 1931-

No date indicated on cartoon.

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But... they even accepted us in Iowa! - Bender, Jack, 1931-

Editorial cartoon depicting the Republican party platform rejecting a pro-abortion plank proposed by GOP liberals. In 1976, three years after Roe v. Wade, the Republican party platform called for conversation on the divisive issue of abortion, but also endorsed an anti-abortion constitutional amendment.

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I hope my head isn't hurting your foot... I wouldn't want to upset detente! - Bender, Jack, 1931-

Editorial cartoon criticizing Jimmy Carter's concessions to the USSR during the detente period of the Cold War.

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"I wasn't good enough for the boys' team, so I thought..." - Bender, Jack, 1931-

Cartoon about school sports teams, likely inspired by Title IX, enacted June 23, 1972. No year is given by the artist, though.

Image of [Jim Gibbons] - Bender, Jack, 1931-

[Jim Gibbons] - Bender, Jack, 1931-

No date indicated on cartoon.

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"Let 'em fine us..." - Bender, Jack, 1931-

Cartoon criticizing the effect of overlength trucks on Iowa's interstate highways. Trucks longer than 55 feet were prohibited on Iowa's highways (built mid '60s) until 1981, and overlength trucks had to pay a fine. The cartoon suggests that interstate tolls could replace this fine revenue. As of 2017, Iowa has never tolled its highways.