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Viewing: Carlson, Stuart Scott, 1955-

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"...and in the event of any mishaps, I happen to specialize in product liability cases!" - Carlson, Stuart Scott, 1955-

A lawyer, working in a hardware store, offers his card to a man purchasing a chain saw. Referece to job shortage for lawyers on newspaper in foreground of cartoon.

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"And it's not even Labor Day yet..." - Carlson, Stuart Scott, 1955-

This cartoon criticizes the excess of nationalist spirit and American pride in the summer of 1984. The USA hosted the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles that year, and the event's closing ceremony was held 10 days before this cartoon's publication.

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"He's naked as a jaybird!" - Carlson, Stuart Scott, 1955-

President Reagan's economic advisor, Feldstein, believed strongly in deficits and keeping the federal budget under control, a stark contrast to Reagan's military spending in particular. This cartoon suggests that the president's spending does not buy anything physical.

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Honorariums - Carlson, Stuart Scott, 1955-

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

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"How on EARTH can you hum 'Winter Wonderland' when it's 25 below?" - Carlson, Stuart Scott, 1955-

December of 1983 was abnormally cold. In Milwaukee, the average temperature the week of Christmas was about 5 degrees Farhenheit.

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"I guess you really take this game seriuosly in Lake Delton, huh?" - Carlson, Stuart Scott, 1955-

Original political cartoon about an (unknown) event in Lake Delton, a village in Wisconsin.