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The image of America in caricature & cartoon : accompanying exhibition presented at Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Fort Wayne Public Library, Fort Wayne, National Museum of Man, Ottawa, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence.

Author: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art.; Public Library of Fort Wayne and Allen County.
Publisher: Fort Worth : Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, ©1976.
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The Image of America traces the development of American history and culture through more than two centuries of caricature and cartoon. Through the acerbic eyes of both American and foreign artists it portrays our history in dramatic tone-building images. With the pathos, humor and the prejudices of his time each artist caricatures the personalities and events that form our culture. Paul Revere, William Charles, and  Read more...
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Amon Carter Museum of Western Art.
Image of America in caricature & cartoon.
Fort Worth : Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, ©1976
(OCoLC)636840308
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art.; Public Library of Fort Wayne and Allen County.
ISBN: 0883600501 9780883600504 0883600528 9780883600528
OCLC Number: 2971229
Description: vii, 228 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Timeline for the elections of 2004 and 2008 --
pt. I. How the Electoral College works. 1. How are electors appointed? --
2. For whom do electors vote? --
3. How are the electoral votes counted? --
4. What if no one has a majority? --
5. What if no one has been chosen by Inauguration Day? --
6. What if a major party candidate dies or resigns? --
pt. II. The history of disputed elections. 7. Three disputed elections : 1800, 1824, 1876 / Norman J. Ornstein --
8. The 2000 election / John C. Fortier --
pt. III. Arguments for and against the Electoral College. 9. Let's hear it for the Electoral College / Walter Berns --
10. Why old and new arguments for the Electoral College are not compelling / Akhil Reed Amar and Vikram David Amar --
11. Excerpts from "The Electoral College and the American idea of democracy" / Martin Diamond --
Appendixes: A. Provisions in the Constitution for presidential selection ; B. Statutory provisions for presidential selection ; C. Nomination and binding of presidential electors ; D. 1825 precedents ; E. Party rules ; F. Allocation of electoral votes among the states for 2004 and 2008 ; G. Faithless electors ; H. Electoral College and popular vote outcomes of all elections.

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The Image of America traces the development of American history and culture through more than two centuries of caricature and cartoon. Through the acerbic eyes of both American and foreign artists it portrays our history in dramatic tone-building images. With the pathos, humor and the prejudices of his time each artist caricatures the personalities and events that form our culture. Paul Revere, William Charles, and James Gillray satirized the vents of the Revolution and the War of 1812. David Claypool Johnston earned the title of the "American Cruikshank" with his devastating caricatures of "King" Andrew Jackson and his administration, and Southern cartoonists vented their wrath on Abraham Lincoln as the Civil War raged. Artists readily identified or created symbols for each era as cartoons became a widely-distributed art of the people. America was first symbolized as a naïve Indian or the virginal Columbia. The American Eagle was employed to represent the country after it was adopted as the official emblem on the Great Seal. The most famous symbol of the United States, however, is Uncle Sam, best personified by James Montgomery Flagg during World War I. In each decade cartoonists demonstrate their ability to capture the essence of an age in a caricature--Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, et al. The Image of America demonstrates the firm relationship between the events of history and contemporary art forms.--Jacket flap.

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