Georgist political cartoons?

I haven’t used political cartoons in any Henry George School publication or promotion, because I didn’t want to get involved in any licensing issues.  Certainly cartoonists are entitled to compensation for their products, but I figured what with all the production taxes and other overhead we wouldn’t be able to afford it.

But today I located PoliticalCartoons.com, where we apparently can license a cartoon for our web site or printed use at prices in the range of $10 to $20.  This is affordable even to us.  Now the only problem, and it turns out to be a challenge, is to find a Georgist cartoon.

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One Response to “Georgist political cartoons?”

  1. Bill Batt says:

    Hi Chuck, This is an old post, I see. But I think you’re onto something here. It would be a hard job, but selecting out lots of cartoons about the single tax, about Henry George and the whole heyday of its popular interest is a worthwhile project. There is a list of cartoonists (even by country!) on Wikipedia, but they’re not show by date, only alphabetically by name.

    ONe site that might have lots of potential is http://twain.lib.virginia.edu/yankee/beard5.html. Best. B.

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