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Irish Central
The Last Hurrah - Tammany Hall converted to office and retail spaceof course, Boss Tweed, one of the most corrupt politicians in the history of th
The Last Hurrah - Tammany Hall converted to office and retail space
Irish Central / Posted 23 days ago
of course, Boss Tweed, one of the most corrupt politicians in the history of the United States. Tweed was caricatured by Thomas Nast and his Tweed was often surrounded by monkey-like Irishmen. Golway was asked if there is any difference in that... Read more
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express
The prostitute who ran for presidentfree speech and a free press. Such equality terrified critics. Harper’s Weekl
The prostitute who ran for president
express / Posted 28 days ago
free speech and a free press. Such equality terrified critics. Harper’s Weekly published a caricature by cartoonist Thomas Nast depicting her as a devil, horns on her head and holding a sign: “Be saved by free love.” In the full-page... Read more
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express
Party symbols: Why do the Democrats have a donkey and why do Republicans have a donkey?When is the first debate? The use of a donkey symbol to represent the Democrat
Party symbols: Why do the Democrats have a donkey and why do Republicans have a donkey?
express / Posted 29 days ago
When is the first debate? The use of a donkey symbol to represent the Democrats was popularised by newspaper cartoonist Thomas Nast during the 1970s. Mr Nast worked for the Harper’s Weekly, based in New York, at a time when political cartoons... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
‘Mrs. Satan’ or Joan of Arc: The story of Victoria Woodhullif I please.” This was, to say the least, a contentious position in the 1860s,
‘Mrs. Satan’ or Joan of Arc: The story of Victoria Woodhull
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
if I please.” This was, to say the least, a contentious position in the 1860s, and earned her more hostility than support. Thomas Nast, the cartoonist who created the modern version of Santa Claus, and the Republican elephant, drew her as a winged... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Prepare for a nail-biter as Clinton and Trump switch gearsa candidate who was dubbed a jackass and subsequently appropriated the donkey a
Prepare for a nail-biter as Clinton and Trump switch gears
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
a candidate who was dubbed a jackass and subsequently appropriated the donkey as a mascot. It was later that cartoonist Thomas Nast linked the donkey with the Democrats and the elephant with the Republicans. Cameraman Brad Fulton captured some... Read more

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