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Viewing: Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

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Image of Foreign Oil - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Foreign Oil - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Donated by the artist for the 1983 Festival of Cartoon Art.

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How long will it take for this new technology to bury the United States? - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Editorial cartoon critical of Russian intentions after relaxed detente trade rules allowed Russia to purchase American computers.

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I can sum up this strike in one word-GREEDY! - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Editorial cartoon criticizing the UAW Union for its poor treatment of its own office workers even as it struck against automobile companies.

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I Want Unsupervised Youth - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Editorial cartoon parodying Jack Montgomery Flagg's "I Want You" poster to reflect the anxieties that arose at the beginning of the War on Drugs.

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Losing the cover? - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Editorial cartoon critizicing the results of the 1973 YMCA convention, as high school delegates voted in favor of the right to drink at 18, the legalization of nude bathing, and the prescription of birth control to minors. The artist views this as a regression from Christianity to the debauchery of the Greeks and Romans.

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Nominees For Most Surprised Look of 1971 - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Editorial cartoon imagining the shock of the USSR and the Republic of China (Taiwan) at the U.S. rapprochement with China.

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The Milk Lobby has sometthing for everyBODY- - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Editorial cartoon depicting the house judiciary commitee for being influenced by the "MILK LOBBY," and seems to indicate that the commitee is just as corrupt as Nixon.

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Time to recognize US! - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Editorial cartoon arguing that strikers are hurting themselves by driving up prices for American consumers (who the strikers also are).

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Under Attack - Cunnington, Merle Howard, 1931-

Editorial cartoon warning about the dangers of communism within the United States. Early 1970 witnessed riots of UCSB students in Santa Barbara as well as a strike of postal workers that began in New York City. The postal workers strike was regarded as illegal by the federal government.