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Viewing: Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

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Anything Less is Appeasement - Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

This political cartoon supports the view that the only way to descalate a Cold War conflict is to dismantle missile bases. Anything less is insufficient.

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Canal Treaty - Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

Commentary on the Torrijos-Carter Treaties, signed Sept. 7, 1977. These treaties guarenteed the neutrality of the canal and determined that Panama would be in control of and responsible for the defense of the canal as of December 31, 1999. Carter's choice was criticized by conservatives in America for surrendering a valuable assert to a government they considered hostile (the Commander of Panama's National Guard, Gen. Omar Torrijos, who signed for Panama, had seized national power in a coup in 1968).

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Fine Time for This to Happen - Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

The "Mid-East War Threat" alluded to in the cartoon is the rising tensions in the months before the Six-Day War, June 5-10, 1967.

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"Litterbug!" - Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

Cartoon depicts result of Ranger 4 lunar mission.

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"Now, is that everybody?" - Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

Political cartoon commenting on the large number of Democratic Presidential candidates in the 1972 election. Each candidate is represented by a button on the Democratic donkey's suit. McGovern would eventually win the Democratic Party's nomination, but lost the election to incumbent President Nixon. Note from the artist to publication on verso.

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Now What's the Game? - Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

Editorial cartoon depicting release of crew members of RB-47 plane that was shot down over Soviet Union in September of 1960.

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"What next? Mom's apple pie?" - Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

Cartoon depicting incredulous reaction to the health risks of certain foods. Originally intended for Portland Oregonian, but seems to have been actually published in N.W. Magazine. Date taken from Oregonian margin notes.

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What's in a Name? - Bimrose, Arthur S., 1912-1998

Political cartoon in anticipation of John F. Kennedy's Inauguration.