Prohibition political cartoons (1927)

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Prohibition political cartoons (1927)

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Compilation of editorial/political cartoons about Prohibition

Prohibition makes strange bedfellows – Morris for the George Matthew Adams Service

Prohibition political cartoons from 1927 (2)


The busy bee — and the busier wasps. – Spencer in the Omaha World-Herald

Prohibition political cartoons from 1927 (4)


They’d like to dodge – Williams in the Baltimore American

Prohibition political cartoons from 1927 (6)


“Dam it!” – Harding in the Brooklyn Eagle

Prohibition political cartoons from 1927 (3)


That product of desert evolution – Brown in the New York Herald Tribune

Prohibition political cartoons from 1927 (5)


The great divide – Cargill for the Central Press Association

Prohibition political cartoons from 1927 (1)


Prohibition bootleggers still have to pay income tax

Prohibition bootleggers still have to pay income tax

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