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Viewing: Brookins, Gary, 1950-

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"Actually, you're not from another planet after all... it seems you were part of government radiation experiments back in the '40s!..." - Brookins, Gary, 1950-

Clinton's new Secretary of Energy, Hazel O'Leary, released over 1.6 million pages of classified records in early January. These records revealed that the United States Atomic Energy Commission had been sponsoring tests on the effects of radiation on the human body. This was part of O'Leary's policy of openness in the Department of Energy.

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"All clear... you can come out now, Mr. President... no sign of Gingrich!..." - Brookins, Gary, 1950-

Dramatizes the relationship between President Clinton and Newt Gingrich.

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"...and an extra 36 megs of RAM, a 28.8 baud modem hooked to an ISDN line, and a 4 gig disk array..." - Brookins, Gary, 1950-

Illustrates the tech-savviness of children and adult's confusion and nostalgia. Inscribed by the artist to his "favorite computer geek," Eric.

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"A new study blames kids' poor reading skills on excessive television-watching!" - Brookins, Gary, 1950-

A humorous expression of concern over the effects of TV on child development and intelligence.

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Budget - Brookins, Gary, 1950-

This cartoon illustrates the partisan difference over how to cut the federal budget.

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"*@#! Budget cuts!!..." - Brookins, Gary, 1950-

Expresses the potential impact that Clinton's almost $1 billion cut in NASA's budget will have on the Space Station Freedom project. Because of these budget cuts, the Freedom station was never made manifest, and instead it evolved into the International Space Station project.