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Thomas Nast's Crusade Against Boss Tweed: Exploring the Power of the Editorial Cartoon
 
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This documentary created for National History Day focuses on editorial cartoonist Thomas Nast's cartoon crusade against William "Boss" Tweed and the corrupt political machine known as Tammany Hall. It placed 1st in New York City and 3rd in New York state.
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An introduction to Thomas Nast, by Steve Brodner
 
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Commemorating the 2016 presidential season, Presidents, Politics, and the Pen: The Influential Art of Thomas Nast will feature over thirty editorial cartoons by the “Father of the American Cartoon,” published by the provocative Harper’s Weekly between 1864 and 1884. These vibrant, influential illustrations penned by Thomas Nast (1840-1902) reflect his pointed opinions on presidential candidates during six different election years. Known as “The President Maker,” Nast’s influential cartoons proved crucial in affecting the outcome of presidential elections, which his favored candidates were known to win. Nast held presidential-hopefuls accountable for the issues of the day, from political corruption to imperialism, inflation, and civil rights. His well-crafted imagery includes identifiable caricatures, scathing satire, and creative references to Shakespearean tales and Greek mythology. Nast’s representations of the donkey and elephant as symbols for the Democratic and Republican parties, respectively, continues to endure more than a century later. Original artworks and ephemera will be on view.
Thomas Nast Documentary
 
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This documentary was completed by Maddie, Elle, Kaylee, and myself.
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Boss Tweed - Thomas Nast
 
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Excerpt from the 1999 Documentary Film on New York by Ric Burns. Clip spotlights Boss Tweed and Cartoonist Thomas Nast.
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Thomas Nast movie
 
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A brief summary on political cartoonist Thomas Nast
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Thomas Nast Cartoon - How do you begin to understand this cartoon?
 
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U.S. citizens today are all familiar with "greenbacks," the paper money we use to conduct daily business. We're even comfortable with electronic money! But in the late 19th century, not everyone was ready to accept greenbacks, originally issued during the Civil War, as "real" money. Michael O'Malley analyzes an 1876 editorial cartoon by Thomas Nast that criticized greenbacks and "greenbackers." How did Nast use symbols in his cartoon? What context was he working in? http://teachinghistory.org/best-practices/examples-of-historical-thinking/25201
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Thomas Nast the King of Political Cartoons
 
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This depicts the role that Thomas Nast had in during the making of political cartoons.
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Thomas Nast Comics
 
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This video is about My Movie
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Thomas Nast
 
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Thomas Nast Cartoon - What do you need to know to make sense of this cartoon?
 
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U.S. citizens today are all familiar with "greenbacks," the paper money we use to conduct daily business. We're even comfortable with electronic money! But in the late 19th century, not everyone was ready to accept greenbacks, originally issued during the Civil War, as "real" money. Michael O'Malley analyzes an 1876 editorial cartoon by Thomas Nast that criticized greenbacks and "greenbackers." How did Nast use symbols in his cartoon? What context was he working in? http://teachinghistory.org/best-practices/examples-of-historical-thinking/25201
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Thomas Nast
 
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Nast and Tweed
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Thomas Nast
 
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Thomas Nast (Reformer)
 
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Thomas Nast
 
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Thomas Nast
 
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Thomas Nast
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Who Is Thomas Nast And What Did He Do?
 
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Who Stole The Peoples Money Political Cartoon?
 
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Boss tweed gotham gazette. Ink to clink cartoons helped send 'boss' tweed jail ny daily news. Political cartoon called 'tammany ring'; Text reads, 'who stole the political # 4 reviewing documents in unit 3 packet. The caption of the political cartoon is a question saying 'who stole peoples money? ' each member tammany hall answering ink to clink cartoons helped send 'boss' tweed jail ny daily news. ' 'to begin with, 'i'll paint the town red'. Thomas nast probably wanted to show that boss tweed was few windows; Where do the people get their water? Fire hydrants tammany hall political machine; What is message of cartoon? Tammany and stole money from public none them will take blame 30 sep 2013 caption cartoon a question saying 'who peoples money? ' each member answering 12 dec 2015 how series cartoons by artist thomas helped send one his most damning who people's money? . The political cartoon what the gold bugs are doing for uncle sam was created in who stole people's money, devised by thomas nast, focuses on this depicts american populace giving up everything to group of people being forced hand over their is very were stealing jobs from other americans then moving out country 4 jul 2005 tweed's persona much shaped cartoonist nast. Html url? Q webcache. The caption says 'who stole the people's money, do tell. On this day august 19, 1871 the new york times nytimes learning general onthisday harp 0819. Satires, having become ic visual metaphor for politicians passing the buck nast's cartoon entitled who stole people's money? Is one of most reproduced and mimicked american political cartoons. Who is ingersoll's co. Germany and the americas o z google books result. Who stole the people's money? Cartoonist thomas nast vs what are political cartoons? History & analysis video lesson who 'twas him cartoon about tammany two great questions. American political cartoons from 1754 to 2010 google books result.? 'who stole the political cartoon analysis. Apus b gilded age political cartoons. Woodward's ap us history. Political cartoons? History & analysis video lesson on this day august 19, 1871 the new york times. Googleusercontent searchhese twin cartoons are two of thomas nast's most famous anti tweed ring satires, and the latter 'who stole people's money? ' is among reproduced, mimicked, well known all american political navigate individually click to see a large version this cartoon. Cartoon by thomas nast 29 oct 2008 the main idea of this is people who are wondering stole their money. In july 1871, the new york times exposed corruption by members of tammany hall, a political organization run william 'boss' tweed 'twas him cartoon about hall scandal 1871 b7n52b from alamy's library millions high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors 'who stole people's money? tweed; At bottom, how politicians who are tweed's 'tammany ring', cartoons 1870 1880 gilded age analysis flourished in these years, partly because question Let us called ring'; Text read
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Thomas Nast: The Father Of American Cartoon
 
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This is just a video I made for SS. I hope u guys like it.
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Thomas Nast History Final
 
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HISTORY FINAL
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Thomas Nast
 
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Excerpt from promotional interactive CD featuring the National Historic Landmarks of Morris County, NJ, USA. Client: Morris County Tourism Board
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2015 - THE THOMAS NAST AWARD
 
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Best cartoons on international affairs Winner: Patrick Chappatte of The New York Times Chappatte showed a consistent level of high quality visual journalism in his body of work. Graphically well-composed, his cartoons are clear, stark and direct, sometimes using one word, sometimes none at all to create an immediate impact for the reader. He is a master at capturing the current international political climate in a way that leaves the reader somewhere between laughing and crying. Read More: http://www.opcofamerica.org/Awardarchive/11-the-thomas-nast-award/
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Thomas Nast in 90 seconds or less (National History Day)
 
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My school project for National History Day!
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Thomas Nast Cartoon - How did you first get interested in this cartoon?
 
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U.S. citizens today are all familiar with "greenbacks," the paper money we use to conduct daily business. We're even comfortable with electronic money! But in the late 19th century, not everyone was ready to accept greenbacks, originally issued during the Civil War, as "real" money. Michael O'Malley analyzes an 1876 editorial cartoon by Thomas Nast that criticized greenbacks and "greenbackers." How did Nast use symbols in his cartoon? What context was he working in? http://teachinghistory.org/best-practices/examples-of-historical-thinking/25201
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Thomas Nast Brings Down William "Boss" Tweed and Tammany Hall
 
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Dramatization of one of America's outstanding scoundrels - and the "solid" citizens who made his thievery possible. By dispensing jobs, favors and money, William "Boss" Tweed and persuaded voters to keep his puppets in office thereby filling the Tammany Hall's pockets. The bravery of Political Cartoonist Thomas Nast and Louis Jennings of the New York Times finally ended the political corruption and put him in jail. Starring Howard Da Silva. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFdKnjmeaUvJ4ZJmENHwCCA
2017 - The Thomas Nast Award
 
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Best cartoons on international affairs Clay Bennett Chattanooga Times Free Press Judges: Clay Bennett’s deceptively simple cartoons, often without captions, drive home strong, perceptive messages…Clever ideas and an engaging style make for a memorable portfolio. Read More: https://opcofamerica.org/Awardarchive/11-the-thomas-nast-award-2017/
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Corruption, Cartoons, and Communication
 
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This is a 10 minute documentary about Thomas Nast and his struggle to bring down the corrupt Boss Tweed in New York. This 10 min doc was created in 2005 and entered in the National History Day competition where it placed 1st at state and was a national finalist. (Written, Directed, and Edited by Sarah Goode and Lila Creighton)
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Thomas Nast
 
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Thomas Nast Thomas Nast September 27, 1840 – December 7, 1902 was a German-born American caricaturist and editorial cartoonist considered to be the "Father of the American Cartoon"1 He was the scourge of Democratic Representative "Boss" Tweed and the Tammany Hall Democratic party political machine Among his notable works were the creation of the modern version of Santa Claus based on the traditional German figures of Sankt Nikolaus and Weihnachtsmann and the political symbol of the elephant for the Republican Party GOP Contrary to popular belief, Nast did not create Uncle Sam the male personification of the American people, Columbia the female personification of American values, or the Democratic donkey,2 though he did popularize these symbols through his artwork Nast was associated with the magazine Harpers Weekly from 1859 to 1860 and from 1862 until 1886 Albert Boime argues that: As a political cartoonist, Thomas Nast wielded more influence than any other artist of the 19th century He not only enthralled a vast audience with boldness and wit, but swayed it time and again to his personal Thomas Nast Click for more; https://www.turkaramamotoru.com/en/thomas-nast-13294.html There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video
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THE THOMAS NAST AWARD
 
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Best cartoons on international affairs MIKE PETERS Dayton Daily News Cartoonist Mike Peters' humor is fast, funny and provocative. He says, "My cartoons attempt to make people think, laugh and get involved, and if they get angry — even better." He succeeds. CITATION STEPHEN P. BREEN San Diego Union-Tribune
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Thomas Nast Cartoon - What would you want a student to ask about this cartoon?
 
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U.S. citizens today are all familiar with "greenbacks," the paper money we use to conduct daily business. We're even comfortable with electronic money! But in the late 19th century, not everyone was ready to accept greenbacks, originally issued during the Civil War, as "real" money. Michael O'Malley analyzes an 1876 editorial cartoon by Thomas Nast that criticized greenbacks and "greenbackers." How did Nast use symbols in his cartoon? What context was he working in? http://teachinghistory.org/best-practices/examples-of-historical-thinking/25201
Views: 138 teachinghistoryorg
This Day In History November 7, 1874, Thomas Nast Elephant Cartoon becomes Republican Party Symbol
 
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This Day In History November 7, 1874, Thomas Nast Elephant Cartoon becomes Republican Party Symbol. 1st cartoon depicting the elephant as Republican Party symbol by Thomas Nast caricaturist and editorial cartoonist. For additional info about Thomas Nast go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Nast ©2018 Michael Paras Photography, LLC #thisdayinhistory #history #historybuffs #thisweekinhistory #ushistory #historytrivia #trivia #thomasnast #republicanparty #republicansymbol #elephantsymbol #politics #cartoonist #first #1st -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To See NYC Central Park" https://youtu.be/eX3lbtOOg58 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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11  THE THOMAS NAST AWARD
 
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Kevin (KAL) Kallaugher for Best cartoons on international affairs
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Thomas Nast
 
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Why Politicians Hate Political Cartoons More Than The Written Word
 
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William "Boss" Tweed famously once said, in response to critical cartoons from Thomas Nast, "I don't care so much what the papers say about me. My constituents don't know how to read, but they can't help seeing them damned pictures!" From the Danish cartoons depicting Muhammad to the Barry Blitt New Yorker cover showing a terrorist-garbed Michelle and Barack Obama, cartoons have caused visceral -- and sometimes violent -- reactions over the centuries. How have caricatures, which are simply depictions with exaggerated characteristics, grown to have so much power? US News & World Report's Simon Owens sits down with former The Nation editor Victor S. Navasky to discuss his new book The Art of Controversy: Political Cartoons and Their Enduring Power.
Steve Brodner on the Engraving Process
 
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In this video, visual journalist and political cartoonist, Steve Brodner talks about the engraving process and the unique visual style of engravings derived from Thomas Nast's illustrations. Commemorating the 2016 presidential season, "Presidents, Politics, and the Pen: The Influential Art of Thomas Nast" will feature over thirty editorial cartoons by the “Father of the American Cartoon,” published by the provocative Harper’s Weekly between 1864 and 1884. These vibrant, influential illustrations penned by Thomas Nast (1840-1902) reflect his pointed opinions on presidential candidates during six different election years. Known as “The President Maker,” Nast’s influential cartoons proved crucial in affecting the outcome of presidential elections, which his favored candidates were known to win. Nast held presidential-hopefuls accountable for the issues of the day, from political corruption to imperialism, inflation, and civil rights. His well-crafted imagery includes identifiable caricatures, scathing satire, and creative references to Shakespearean tales and Greek mythology. Nast’s representations of the donkey and elephant as symbols for the Democratic and Republican parties, respectively, continues to endure more than a century later. Original artworks and ephemera will be on view.
2014 - THE THOMAS NAST AWARD
 
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Best cartoons on international affairs: Signe Wilkinson, Philadelphia Daily News Wilkinson wades into the big story and emerges with fresh ideas, delivering an alternative take on events explored by others. Her original treatment provokes thinking on many of the most important issues of the day. The missile targeting terrorists also targets people living near them; the search for the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is made even more difficult by an ocean full of floating junk. Signe is often irreverent – and funny. https://www.opcofamerica.org/awards/11-thomas-nast-award-1
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Thomas Nast Jug and Stopper (416) | New-York Historical Society
 
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The swirling mass of snakes and heads on this jug represent an important cast of characters in New York City's political history...the Boss Tweed gang. The coiled snake on top is the handle for the jugs stopper. The Anna Pottery Company of Illinois made this as a thank you gift for Thomas Nast, a famous political cartoonist of the 1860s and 70s. Nast had used his cartoons to attack the massive misappropriation of public funds by Boss Tweed and his henchmen, who controlled the political machine known as Tammany Hall. Tweed is the bearded head without glasses, and most of the other heads are his associates. Also notice the behinds of all the Tammany Hall members trying to climb into the pot of money and power. A lot of people knew about Tweeds corruption, but it was Nasts cartoons in Harper's Weekly that finally aroused the public, the newspapers, and government officials to arrest Tweed and send him to prison. The pottery makers also added their hero Nast to the jug. Hes the highest head on the jug, the one not attached to a snakes body. Today political cartoonists still see Thomas Nast's cartoons as the gold standard for their profession. And this sculpture stands as a testament to the power of artistic expression. The New-York Historical Society is able to produce illuminating exhibitions, public programs, and make a priceless collection accessible to the public through the generosity of donations and membership. Help us make history matter by joining today. http://www.nyhistory.org/support
The political Machine & Boss Tweed
 
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In this lecture i discuss political corruption and the political machine
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Opening Program: Presidents, Politics, and the Pen: The Influential Art of Thomas Nast
 
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Recorded: September 10, 2016 Who popularized use of the elephant as a symbol for the Republican Party and the donkey for Democratic Party? Answer: Thomas Nast created the use of the political symbol of the elephant for the Republican Party (GOP) as well as the modern version of Santa Claus (based on the traditional German figures of Sankt Nikolaus and Weihnachtsmann). Contrary to popular belief, Nast did not create Uncle Sam (the male personification of the American people), Columbia (the female personification of American values), or the Democratic donkey, though he did popularize these symbols through his artwork. Award-winning political cartoonist and historian Steve Brodner took a lively look at Thomas Nast’s controversial career and the powerful images that shaped public opinion and affected the outcomes of several presidential elections.
Ledyvine  A Rella Cartoon 2013
 
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By the mid 19th century, major political newspapers in many other countries featured cartoons commenting on the politics of the day. Thomas Nast, in New York City, showed how realistic German drawing techniques could redefine American cartooning.[10] His 160 cartoons relentlessly pursued the criminal characteristic of the Tweed machine in New York City, and helped bring it down. Indeed, Tweed was arrested in Spain when police identified him from Nast's cartoons.[11] Sir John Tenniel was the toast of London.[12]
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Interview With Thomas Nast / Social Project
 
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Ashley & Jess / Social Studies Project
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Political Cartoons
 
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Sandy Northrop and Stephen Hess, co-authors of the book "American Political Cartoons," visit the National Archives and discuss some of the cartoons in their book.
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Donkey & Elephant!? | History Of The Political Party Symbols
 
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Why is the Demoratic Symbol a donkey and the Republican Symbol an elephant? What is the history of the political party symbols? What is the story behind the animal mascots of our major parties? Here is the history of the Democratic Donkey and Republican Elephant. Share This Video ➜https://youtu.be/DwZUHLcokn4 ★ ★Share This Video On Reddit➜ https://www.reddit.com/r/curiousvideos/submit History Answers: Can Donald Trump Win After Brokered Convention? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTu6EC8HrBc Smithsonian Magazine Online was particularly helpful in finding information. Info for this video was also pulled from my copy of John Meacham's 'American Lion' page 3, various webnews stories, including these two: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/political-animals-republican-elephants-and-democratic-donkeys-89241754/?no-ist https://web.archive.org/web/20001021094719/http://c-span.org/questions/Week174.htm ▼Twitter➜ https://twitter.com/poljunkienews Facebook➜ https://www.facebook.com/politicaljunkienews photo credits: elephant: By Muhammad Mahdi Karim FacebookThe making of this document was supported by Wikimedia CH. Own work, GFDL 1.2, owl By Source, Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=36693972 allindiatiger By FOTW website, Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=6015541 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Why Didn't Germans Just Go Around the Berlin Wall?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOP0HQUTSo0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Political Cartoons
 
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NACW 2017 Keynote - Tom Toles, Editorial Cartoonist, Washington Post
 
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Tom Toles, Editorial Cartoonist, Washington Post Tom Toles is the Editorial Cartoonist for The Washington Post, a position he has held since 2002. He is nationally syndicated by Andrews McMeel Syndicate. He previously served as Editorial Cartoonist for The Buffalo News, The Buffalo Courier-Express, The New York Daily News, The New Republic magazine, and US News and World Report. In 2016 he published a book, co-authored with scientist Michael Mann, The Madhouse Effect, about climate change and climate change denialism. In addition, he has had six collections of his editorial cartoons published. He authored and illustrated a children’s book, My School Is Worse Than Yours. He has drawn a syndicated comic strip, Curious Avenue, and a syndicated comic panel, Randolph Itch, 2am. He graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo (BA, 1973). Toles has won numerous national cartooning awards, including the Pulitzer Prize 1990, Herblock Cartooning Prize, 2011, National Cartoonists’ Society Best Editorial Cartoons 2003, National Headliner Award 2005, The Week Opinion Award Best Editorial Cartoonist 2005 and 2010, Mencken Award Best Editorial cartoon 1990, Fischetti Cartoon Prize 1986, National Wildlife Federation2009 Conservation Achievement Award, Communications, the Overseas Press Club Thomas Nast Award, 2003, The Wilderness Society Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing, 2006, National Press Club Order of the Owl, 2015.
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Great Depression Political Cartoon Montage
 
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History project Music: Truckin' by Grateful Dead
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