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Viewing: Carmack, Paul R., 1895-1977

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Birds that shouldn't flock together - Carmack, Paul R., 1895-1977

Editorial cartoon seemingly in support of redlining, or the practice of denying loans and investments to economically impoverished areas (which also were generally populated by minorities, especially African Americans).

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Doesn't he know it's a dead end street? - Carmack, Paul R., 1895-1977

Editorial cartoon depicting Cuba's demise as a result of communism.

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Estopped - Carmack, Paul R., 1895-1977

Editorial cartoon depicting public opinion protecting an independent judiciary. Refers to the Judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937, where FDR attempted to add more justices to the Supreme Court in order to get rulings favorable to the New Deal.

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HMM-M - Carmack, Paul R., 1895-1977

Editorial cartoon showing the illogical nature of the space race, as it took large amounts of resources away from solving world issues without returning any great benefit.

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Taking A Lot Of Patience - Carmack, Paul R., 1895-1977

cut made Aug. 13, 1938, used Aug. 16, 1938

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The Watchdog Grows Up - Carmack, Paul R., 1895-1977

Autographed by artist: To My Good Friend Ned White With Sincere Good Wishes Paul R Carmack, cut made Nov.13, 1951, used Nov. 16, 1951

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Why he's not making more progress - Carmack, Paul R., 1895-1977

Editorial cartoon explaining the inefficacy of the UN as the result of a veto by the Big Four (the United States, Russia, China, and Britain).