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Gene Basset Papers

An inventory of his papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Basset, Gene, 1927-
Title: Gene Basset Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1962-1969
Quantity: 13.6 linear ft.
Abstract: Original artwork for over 1,300 syndicated editorial cartoons and proofs.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010

Biographical History

Gene Basset (1927- ) is an American cartoonist primarily known for his editorial cartoons.

Born in Brooklyn, New York on July 24, 1927, Gene Basset served with the United States Coast Guard from 1944 to 1946. He then attended the University of Missouri from 1946 to 1947 and also studied at Cooper Union from 1947 to 1950. Basset also studied at Brooklyn College, the Art Students League and the Pratt Institute. He received degrees in both art and psychology.

During his career, Basset worked in several artistic capacities. From 1951 to 1953, Basset was a sketch artist at the Indianapolis Times. He then drew sports and theatrical cartoons for the Brooklyn Eagle before working as a sports cartoonist at the Boston Post. In 1962, after a brief stint as the Honolulu Star Bulletin's first editorial cartoonist, Basset became the chief editorial cartoonist with Scripps Howard newspapers. Beginning in 1972, his work was also syndicated by the United Feature Syndicate. In 1982, Basset joined the staff of the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Basset was a member of the National Cartoonists Society and the American Association of Editorial Cartoonists of which he was president in 1973. Basset also taught art at the Famous Artists School in Westport, Connecticut from 1957 to 1962. The Population Institute named one of his cartoons the Best Editorial Cartoon in 1974 and his cartoons were reprinted in magazines such as Time and Newsweek. His work has been exhibited at the Pratt Institute and in 2005 drawings done by Basset during a trip to Vietnam were exhibited at Gustavus Adolphus College.

Basset retired from the Atlanta Journal Constitution at the end of 1992. Gene Basset's son, Brian Basset worked as an editorial cartoonist for the Seattle Times during the 1980s and 1990s and is now a comic strip artist working on Adam at Home and Red and Rover.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Gene Basset Papers consist primarily of original artwork for editorial cartoons as well as proofs.

Cartoons (1962-1969) contains over 1,300 original cartoons. Most of these cartoons are dated. They were drawn by Basset while he was with Scripps Howard.

Basset's cartoons depict national and international events during this time period. Receiving frequent treatment were the political pursuits of Barry Goldwater and changes within the Republican Party, as well as the escalation and increasing cost of the Vietnam War.

Worth noting are Basset's cartoons about inflation, Congressional pay raises and the regulation of smoking and tobacco advertising. Also, following the 1968 presidential election there are several cartoons about the electoral system and electoral college. Also of interest are cartoons depicting Senator Ted Kennedy and the Chappaquiddick scandal and President Richard Nixon's attempt to appoint Clement Haynsworth to the Supreme Court.

Basset worked with pen and ink and also crayon on illustration board and paper. Traces of pencil are visible and some contain zipatone dot screening. Captions appear in ink. Original art varies in size, however most cartoons are 11 1/2" x 14".

Proofs includes six undated black and white proofs of cartoons otherwise not appearing in the collection.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Cartoons are arranged primarily in chronological order. Two boxes of undated cartoons are arranged alphabetically by caption.

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Access Restrictions

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Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

Special Collections Research Center has collections of over one hundred cartoonists. Please refer to the SCRC Subject Index for a complete listing.

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Subject Headings


Basset, Gene, 1927-
Gaulle, Charles de, 1890-1970 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Ho Chi Minh, 1890-1969 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, 1894-1971 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
McNamara, Robert S., 1916-2009 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Wallace, George C. (George Corley), 1919-1998 -- Caricatures and cartoons.

Corporate Bodies

Democratic Party (U.S.) -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) -- Caricatures and cartoons.
United Feature Syndicate.
United States. Congress -- Caricatures and cartoons.


American wit and humor, Pictorial.
Caricatures and cartoons -- United States.
Cartoonists -- United States.
Cigarette industry -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Civil rights movements -- United States -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Cold War -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Demonstrations -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Editorial cartoons -- United States.
Elections -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
World politics -- 1945-1989 -- Caricatures and cartoons.


United States -- Politics and government -- 1963-1969 -- Caricatures and cartoons.

Genres and Forms

Cartoons (humorous images)
Editorial cartoons.
Proofs (printed matter)



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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Gene Basset Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Gene Basset, 1965, 1968-1969, 1972 and Thom Rooke, 2016

Finding Aid Information

Created by: -
Date: 1984
Revision history: 8 Aug 2005 - EAD file (desc only) created (MRR); 31 Aug 2006 - full inventory added (MRR); 15 Apr 2010 - revised bio, scope and inventory (SK); 24 May 2017 - Vietnam cartoons added and inventory revised (SM)

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Cartoons (1,319 items)
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1962, Jan
Jan 13: That's one thing we've plenty of, Raul: Fidel Castro, Raul Castro, Latin America
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1962, Oct
Oct 13: We're neutral all right, we just happen to lean to the left: Algeria, Indonesia, Ghana, India
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1962, Nov
Nov 3: One casualty - we lost Krishna Menon: Mao Zedong
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1962, Dec
Dec 15: No thanks, I swore off: Jawaharlal Nehru. Ghana, Indonesia, Burma, United Arab Republic
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, Jan
Jan 4: In the name of peace, law and order - surrender!: United Nations
Jan 7: Don't they know there's no God in Russia!: Nikita Khrushchev, religion
Jan 22: Mine to have and mine to hold!: Charles De Gaulle, nuclear weapons
Jan 31: A tree grows in Cuba: Fidel Castro, Cuba
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, Feb
Feb 6: Anyway you look at it it's going up: Robert McNamara, Kenneth Keating, Cuba
Feb 21: DeGaulle Supreme: Charles De Gaulle
Feb 27: Squeeze play: Fidel Castro, Raul Castro
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, Mar
Mar 9: Old Faithful: Sukarno
Mar 11: It's that western art and jazz that gives me headaches: communism, Nikita Khrushchev
Mar 13: The sword of Nasser: Gamal Abdel Nasser, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Israel
Head hunting: Robert McNamara, John McClellan
Mar 27: And now my latest Spring creation: Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev
Mar 29: Out of the trenches by 1967...or thereabouts: South Korea
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, Apr
Apr 1: Gee, I hope our kids get to see this: nature
Apr 3: Isn't it marvelous the progress we've made with Comrade Khrushchev: Nikita Khrushchev
Apr 6: Vot means this code word macaroni?: Nikita Khrushchev
Apr 10: Launched: Lester Bowles Pearson, John Diefenbaker
Apr 13: No high hard it?: John F. Kennedy, steel industry
Apr 14: You know, this stuff is actually digestable: new expense account rules
Apr 15: One drop does not a thaw make: Dean Rusk, Charles De Gaulle
Apr 17: Don't run off now: Sukarno, foreign aid
Apr 23: Going...going...: Laos, communism
Apr 30: Backlash: Dominican Republic, François Duvalier
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, May
May 7: There, more comfortable: deficit, C. Douglas Dillon
May 9: Bookworms...Eggheads...Traitors!: George Wallace, students
May 14: We ain't givin'up our culture without a fight: civil rights
May 18: Eat it with vigah: Orville Freeman, farming
May 20: Hear anything?: railroad industry, unions
May 21: The leaning tower of Washington: national debt
May 22: Breakthrough: civil rights, demonstrations, Supreme Court
May 23: General Freeman reporting, Sir!: Orville Freeman, John F. Kennedy
May 29: You forgot this: integration, Supreme Court
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, Jun
Jun 1: Just dead wood, fellers: U.S. Constitution, Congress, Supreme Court
Jun 10: Double, double toil and trouble: Harold Macmillan
Jun 14: As the polls go: Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater
Jun 18: Children, we will now start class by reading a text book: Supreme Court, school prayer
Jun 19: What else is new, Mr. Prime Minister?: Harold Macmillan
Jun 20: Offense and Defense: civil rights bill
Jun 22: Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag and smile, smile, smile: civil rights, taxes, Medicare, John F. Kennedy, Pierre Salinger, unemployment
Jun 24: European street scene: John F. Kennedy, Charles De Gaulle
Jun 25: Meeting of the minds: Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong
Jun 26: Hold it...In my kitchen I do the cooking: Congress, civil rights bill
Jun 28: Watering time: Congress, civil rights bill
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, Jul
Jul 1: Strange music: Karl Marx, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Jul 2: Rumanian Rhapsody: Romania, Nikita Khrushchev
Jul 5: Another twin launching: nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Jul 6: The passing scene: Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller
Jul 8: Eyeball to eyeball: Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong
Jul 9: Perils of Pauline Public: railroad industry, unions
Jul 11: Fear not....We've saved you for 19 more days: railroad industry, unions, strikes
Jul 12: Hi Ave ...It's the new me: peace, Nikita Khrushchev, Averell Harriman
Jul 13: Boys, it stands to reason...the Commies planted the Negro in our country: communism, civil rights
Jul 13: Vigah on the rocks: John F. Kennedy, weapons
Jul 15: Shhh, there it is....again: nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev, John F. Kennedy
Jul 18: We're not selfish or prejudiced or hateful...just superior: George Wallace, Ross Barnett
Jul 19: What you need is a little reshaping: stock market, Securities Exchange Commission
Jul 20: Fore!: taxes, securities
Jul 22: Remember class...there are two kinds of Communists... the good and the rotten, imperialistic, warmongering, lunatics: communism
Jul 23: Razzle-Dazzle: Congress, railroad industry, John F. Kennedy
Jul 24: Man, smell that fresh air: nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, Harold Macmillan
Jul 25: Ike was here: John F. Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower
Jul 25: On site inspection: nuclear weapons
Jul 25: Let's keep it that way!: nature
Jul 30: The kibitzer: nuclear weapons, Charles De Gaulle, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, Harold Macmillan
Jul 31: Back at the old stand: North Korea, Mao Zedong
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, Aug
Aug 2: Sit-in: railroad industry, John F. Kennedy
Aug 3: Lowering the standard: civil rights
Aug 7: No future: school dropouts
Aug 10: A tree wilts in Washington: nature
Aug 12: It's what's inside that counts: nuclear weapons
Aug 13: Sorry, you're holding us back: taxes, John F. Kennedy
Aug 15: Time for a switch: Congress, railroad industry strike
Aug 16: Remember Junior, no cookies until you clean up: Congress, deficit"
Aug 19: No dog days here: Congress, civil rights, nuclear weapons, education, taxes
Oversize 1 Cartoons 1963, Oct
Oct 3: [Editors note: No caption with this cartoon.]: civil rights
Oct 28: Grounded: space exploration, Soviet Union
Oct 29: We're off on the road to Morocco: Algeria, Ben Bella, Gamal Abdel Nasser
Oct 31: Well, here goes: Bobby Baker
Oversize 2 Cartoons 1963, Nov
Nov 1: Damn the deficit...full pay raise ahead!: Congress, economy
Nov 2: When you catch up I'll debate you: Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller, John F. Kennedy
Nov 2: Toppled: South Vietnam coup
Nov 4: Congratulations: South Vietnam coup, Dominican Republic coup, John F. Kennedy
Nov 6: Inspection: Berlin
Nov 7: There must be a trend here somewhere: elections, Republican Party, Democratic Party
Nov 8: I see Rocky's switched to the regulation outfit: Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater
Nov 9: Shaping up: foreign aid, Congress
Nov 11: Evolution?: Barry Goldwater
Nov 12: Great, Miss Trask...You're our twist instructor: Congress
Nov 13: How d'you like the new model?: Jimmy Hoffa, Teamsters
Nov 14: I'll show those no-good Republicans: civil rights, Charles Halleck, Richard Russell
Nov 15: A toast to the 'Spirit of Moscow,' Mr. President.: John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Nov 19: Still breathing, Doc?: Medicare, Congress
Nov 20: You boys know the rules...murder each other.: Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon
Nov 22: Tis the season to be jolly...: Christmas, AT&T
Nov 27: No time for politics: Republican Party, Democratic Party
Nov 29: [Editor's note: No Caption with Cartoon]: John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oversize 2 Cartoons 1963, Dec
Dec 5: What's there to blockade? Just me and my shadow: Fidel Castro, Venezuela
Dec 6: Drip, drip, drip...: Barry Goldwater
Dec 7: Security: railroad industry, unions
Dec 10: Dr. Johnson...wanted in surgery: budget
Dec 11: Yes Virgin Ya, there is a Santa Claus.: consumerism, Christmas
Dec 12: Darn those late mailers: Christmas
Dec 13: Sure I said chop away but not in my backyard: Robert McNamara, Congress
Dec 16: Native bearer: cotton industry, taxes
Dec 17: Nice of that ship to toss us life preservers: Honduras, Dominican Republic
Dec 18: You're allowed visitors, not visiting: Berlin Wall
Dec 20: Silent Night: traffic fatalities
Dec 21: On your mark…: Lyndon B. Johnson
Dec 23: We're dreaming of a White Christmas: Vietnam War
Dec 27: Stop the stampede!: Barry Goldwater, Lyndon B. Johnson, Congress
Dec 30: [Editors, caption with cartoon]: farming, Lyndon B. Johnson
Dec 31: ...And everywhere the Senate went the lamb was sure to go: Bobby Baker
Oversize 2 Cartoons 1964, Jan
Jan 3: The Great Ice Age: Nikita Khrushchev, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 4: [Editors, caption with cartoon.]: Barry Goldwater
Jan 6: Now then, where were we?: Middle East, Pope Paul VI
Jan 7: All fagged out: smoking
Jan 8: One at a time, comrades, one at a time: Cuba, Fidel Castro, Spain, Britain
Jan 9: It's me all right, but I can't believe it: Lyndon B. Johnson, budget
Jan 10: New roundup: poverty
Jan 13: Moment of truth: smoking
Jan 15: Working both sides of the field: tobacco industry, smoking
Jan 17: Handicap: taxes, education
Jan 18: Can I trade this in for a Senator's helmet?: John Glenn
Jan 21: Infection: Africa, Zanzibar
Jan 23: Look what I got: Bobby Baker, Democratic Party, Republican Party
Jan 24: The natives are restless: Africa, Mao Zedong, Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev
Jan 25: Vitamin B-aker: Bobby Baker
Jan 30: Well, I'll be a: space exploration, Soviet Union
Jan 31: Glug, glug, glug……: Dean Rusk, Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oversize 2 Cartoons 1964, Feb
Feb 1: Follow me, men!: Charles De Gaulle, neutrality
Feb 3: Probably one of those woman drivers: space exploration
Feb 3: What conflict of interest?: Congress, armed forces
Feb 4: Patience.... we're still debating what sort of life you'll lead.: civil rights
Feb 8: The paper curtain: Cuba, Britain, France
Feb 8: [Editors: no caption needed]: Civil War, civil rights, Abraham Lincoln, Lyndon B. Johnson
Feb 12: African coloring book: communism, Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah, Africa
Feb 13: Shish-kebab: Cyprus, Makarios III
Feb 15: Double dynamite: Panama, nationalism, communism
Feb 15: A well fed Communist is less dangerous: Fidel Castro, Britain, Lord Home, trade
Feb 18: Sapped?: elections, Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., Richard Nixon, Margaret Chase Smith
Feb 19: Reapportionment: Supreme Court, Congress
Feb 20: Folks, in this simple setting Bobby Baker got his humble start: Bobby Baker
Feb 21: Is that me?: racism (in the northern U.S.)
Feb 24: Exposed rear: Vietnam War
Feb 25: Look Mr. run your country and I'll run mine: longshoreman's union, trade, Soviet Union
Feb 26: Experimental medicine: taxes, economy
Feb 27: Containment: Vietnam War
Feb 29: The Greeks have words for it: Russia, Cyprus, Nikita Khrushchev, Makarios III
Oversize 2 Cartoons 1964, Mar
Mar 4: You're lucky we warned in time about smoking: smoking, tobacco industry
Mar 6: Very well, put it out if you insist: Cyprus, Makarios III, United Nations
Mar 7: [Editors, note: no caption needed]: Congress
Mar 9: There's your plot...a typical day in Dallas: movies
Mar 11: A tree grows in New Hampshire: Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
Mar 14: Yankee come home!: Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater, Henry Cabot Lodge, Vietnam War
Mar 17: Human renewal program: Lyndon B. Johnson, War on Poverty
Mar 18: We're not very far apart: Panama, Lyndon B. Johnson, Roberto Francisco Chiari Remón
Mar 19: What's DeGaulle up to by not undermining our Latin American Policy?: Charles De Gaulle, Latin America, Lyndon B. Johnson, Dean Rusk
Mar 20: Courage, son, courage: Congress, foreign aid, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 21: I call the it!: Robert F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 23: [Editors, note - no caption]: daily agenda at the White House
Mar 24: And that takes care of that account: United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev
Mar 25: Wild pitch: civil riots, riots
Mar 26: The brakes, fellers, the brakes: United Auto Workers, auto industry, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 27: Game called on account of darkness: Bobby Baker
Mar 28: Patience and fortitude: Vietnam War
Mar 30: When a feller needs a friend: Alaska, natural disasters
Oversize 3 Cartoons 1964, Apr
Apr 2: Excuse me, Mr. President....Where's the fire?: Lyndon B. Johnson
Apr 3: Freshly backed: Brazil, João Goulart
Apr 4: Now there's a salesman!: Richard Nixon, business
Apr 7: Foreigner!: Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Barry Goldwater, elections
Apr 9: Brewed in Wisconsin: George Wallace, elections
Apr 11: Pauline's pal: railroad industry, strikes, Lyndon B. Johnson
Apr 11: The prospector: George Wallace, elections
Apr 11: His Chinese tailor: Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Apr 13: Emergence: civil rights
Apr 14: Hey man, we're using this kind of torch: civil rights, extremism
Apr 15: I haven't got the heart to tell Comrade Mao that Khrushchev isn't dead: Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Apr 16: Choice of weapons: Robert McNamara, Curtis Lemay
Apr 18: Look what I created: civil rights, extremism
Apr 18: ...While back at Utopia: Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong
Apr 20: :!!!?*!*!#....?!: Vietnam War, Laos, Lyndon B. Johnson
Apr 20: Squeeze play: school prayer
Apr 21: Not exactly an ax: Barry Goldwater
Apr 22: Banzai!: Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Richard Nixon, Barry Goldwater, Vietnam War
Apr 23: I guess the idea just ran out of gas: civil rights, World's Fair, demonstrations
Apr 23: My hero: Lyndon B. Johnson, railroad industry
Apr 24: Don't just stand there...go settle a strike!: Barry Goldwater, Republican Party, Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller
Apr 29: Jab, jab, jab,....night and day: Lyndon B. Johnson, Republican Party
Oversize 3 Cartoons 1964, May
May 1: Next: George Wallace, elections
May 4: Windstorm: civil rights legislation
May 5: Stick to your guns, Mak: Nikita Khrushchev, Makarios III
May 6: Civil rights demonstration: Africa, Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong
May 7: It was a great fight Mom....and I won: George Wallace, elections
May 8: I Hell with American aid!: Sukarno
May 9: Remember me, your conscience?: economy, Congress
May 11: American-made tombstones: Vietnam War
May 12: I've come to save you from the infidels: Gamal Abdel Nasser, Nikita Khrushchev
May 13: To begin with, Mr. President...Vietnam is a Hell of a place to fight a war: Vietnam War, Robert McNamara, Lyndon B. Johnson
May 14: Hitchhiker: Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon
May 15: Lady Bird, oh Lady Bird...I know you're there, Lady Bird: poverty, Republican Party
May 18: [Editors: no caption with cartoon]: Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller
May 19: Teamwork: China, Vietnam War, Laos, communism, nationalism
May 20: Giddyap: Nelson Rockefeller, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Barry Goldwater
May 21: Clear the beach....tidal wave!: Strom Thurmond, civil rights, George Wallace
May 23: Holding Action: Lyndon B. Johnson, Asia
May 25: Barbeque, anyone?: trade, Lyndon B. Johnson, Soviet Union
May 26: Cinderella?: Barry Goldwater, Milton Eisenhower
May 27: This will be a long, hard war." Sec. McNamara: Vietnam War
May 28: ...and now Senator Goldwater will say a few words to balance his previous remarks: Barry Goldwater
May 29:' the sun comes up like thunder outer China 'crost the bay!...Kipling: China, Asia
May 30: One of our Pillars is missing!: presidency, vice presidency
Oversize 3 Cartoons 1964, Jun
Jun 1: Harbinger: Vietnam War
Jun 2: Tiger in the streets: racial violence
Jun 4: California or bust - GOP nomination or bust: Barry Goldwater, elections
Jun 6: Come home...all is forgiven: Barry Goldwater, Republican Party
Jun 6: Pop!: Barry Goldwater
Jun 8: D Day at Goldwater Beach: Dwight Eisenhower, William Scranton
Jun 9: Plain of Jars: Laos, Vietnam, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jun 11: Cut: civil rights
Jun 12: Noting our giant upward strides...all in favor of a pay hike raise your hand: Congress
Jun 13: I'm late, I'm late...for a very important date: William Scranton, Barry Goldwater, elections
Jun 15: Chip, chip, chip...: William Scranton, elections
Oversize 3 Cartoons 1964, Jul
Jul 7: What's in a name?: Milton Eisenhower, William Scranton
Jul 8: Moment of decision: Republican Party, John Birch Society
Jul 9: Tell me do I learn to live with Goldwater?: Republican Party, Barry Goldwater
Jul 10: Jack in the box: funeral expenses
Jul 20: Un-Civil-Ized Rites: civil rights, extremism, Ku Klux Klan
Jul 21: Bobb, we need you where you are: Robert F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, elections
Jul 21: The Plank: Barry Goldwater, Republican Party
Jul 23: Here's your dough for the day, Fidel: Fidel Castro, Organization of American States
Jul 24: Neutrals of Southeast Asia, arise!: Charles De Gaulle, Mao Zedong
Jul 25: No drought: Lyndon B. Johnson, elections
Jul 28: Still at the wheel: Jimmy Hoffa, Robert F. Kennedy
Jul 29: I have nothing to hide and besides, I'm not showing it: Congress
Oversize 3 Cartoons 1964, Aug
Aug 1: Take it from me...this boy you can trust: Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev
Aug 1: Bullseye: space exploration, Nikita Khrushchev
Aug 3: Cool it, man, cool it: civil rights, demonstrations
Aug 6: Paper Tigers!: Vietnam War
Aug 7: A tree grows in Mississippi: Mississippi, civil rights lynchings
Aug 10: Whatever brand of firewater they're drinking, I'm gonna bottle it: NATO, Cyprus, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Aug 11: Just so we get equal credit: Democratic Party, Republican Party, civil rights
Aug 12: Here it is, chief...just the way you ordered it: Lyndon B. Johnson, Congress, War on Poverty
Aug 13: Follow the leader: Republican Party, Barry Goldwater
Aug 14: Manned bomber: Curtis LeMay, Barry Goldwater, Robert McNamara, Lyndon B. Johnson
Aug 19: Out...damn sun spot: Barry Goldwater, Lyndon B. Johnson
Aug 20: The sphinx speaks: Barry Goldwater, Lyndon B. Johnson
Aug 29: I'm getting rid of an awful headache!: Vietnam War
Aug 31: Political football: Congress, rural concerns, urban concerns
Oversize 3 Cartoons 1964, Sep
Sep 1: One thing I promise...not to smear my dishonest, cynical, moronic opponent: elections
Sep 2: Well Hello there: Mississippi, integration, schools
Sep 4: Step right brother...plenty of room inside: Makarios III, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Nikita Khrushchev
Sep 8: We shall overcome: Medicare, Lyndon B. Johnson, Congress
Sep 9: Mr. President...if Senator Goldwater pulls that 'I shall go to 'Vietnam' bit...let him: Vietnam War, Barry Goldwater, Lyndon B. Johnson, Maxwell Taylor
Sep 10: ...and another campaign contribution gratefully received…: auto industry, Lyndon B. Johnson
Sep 11: Operation exhume: Bobby Baker, Democratic Party
Sep 11: Class is now in session: George Wallace
Sep 12: General Khanh...the Army awaits your orders: Vietnam War, Nguyen Khanh
Sep 15: Officer...I'm trying to find a Democratic racially balanced school I've been ordered to attend: integration, schools
Sep 16: But I just came from here: Medicare
Sep 19: Camouflage: Lyndon B. Johnson, elections
Sep 22: That'll teach'em you can't legislate morals: Mississippi, civil rights
Sep 23: That sorta makes Hubert one of us: Hubert Humphrey
Sep 25: Steady as she goes: Lyndon B. Johnson, elections
Sep 26: Nuts...nothing but the facts!: Warren Commission
Sep 28: Fashionable: Charles De Gaulle, South America
Oversize 4 Cartoons 1964, Oct
Oct 2: I got the world on a string: Mao Zedong, nuclear weapons
Oct 12: Why not victory?: Olympics
Oct 13: Comrades, we've miscalculated...too many for chess and too few for bridge: space exploration
Oct 14: I accuse!: Barry Goldwater
Oct 17: As a nuclear power I say, ban the bombs: nuclear weapons, Mao Zedong
Oct 19: Eternal: Herbert Hoover
Oct 20: Headache: nuclear weapons
Oct 22: Lip shootin': Barry Goldwater, Nikita Khrushchev, Lyndon B. Johnson, nuclear weapons, China
Oct 24: Comrade Khrushchev, the no good bum...never heard of him: France, Italy, communism, Nikita Khrushchev
Oct 26: Gas attack: elections
Oct 27: We foresee no difficulties: Soviet Union, Alexey Kosygin, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
Oct 28: Sorry handouts: Barry Goldwater (intended for Halloween)
Oct 30: Children's game: Barry Goldwater, communism, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oct 31: Here are the first returns: elections (intended for the following Tuesday, election day)
Oversize 4 Cartoons 1964, Nov
Nov 2: Welcome to our East Berlin paradise...did you bring food and clothing?: Berlin
Nov 3: Inside job: Vietnam War
Nov 5: Flotsam: Barry Goldwater, mainstream politics
Nov 7: Rat fink: Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller
Nov 11: A toast to Red China from her Soviet comrades: China, Soviet Union, Alexey Kosygin, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
Nov 12: Kamikaze: traffic fatalities
Nov 16: Fast rising dough: Bobby Baker
Nov 18: Timberrrrrrrrrr: Congress
Nov 23: Solar system: Charles De Gaulle
Nov 24: Comforter: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Nov 25: Rough sea: France, Britain, nuclear weapons
Nov 27: On to another massacre in the name of independence: Congo
Nov 28: The odor seems to get stronger each day: Congress
Nov 30: When's the next erruption due?: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson, Maxwell Taylor
Oversize 4 Cartoons 1964, Dec
Dec 1: Strange Bedfellows: civil rights, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Ku Klux Klan
Dec 2: Sc-c-cal P-p-pel: Bobby Baker
Dec 3: Delayed action: United Nations, Soviet Union, U. Thant
Dec 4: All I want for Christmas is some new front teeth: Republican Party
Dec 8: We're doing everything known to medical science: Medicare
Dec 9: What a way to go: Congress
Dec 10: Hey, come back....wanna cost me my job?: Republican Party, Dean Burch
Dec 16: Apollo, the after-burning reindeer: Christmas, space exploration
Dec 17: Paris in the Winter: Dean Rusk, Charles De Gaulle, France
Dec 19: Battleground: Republican Party, Dean Burch, Charles Halleck
Dec 22: Whodunit: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Dec 24: Season's Greetings: Vietnam War
Dec 24: Kickoff time at the Egyptian Bowl: Gamal Abdel Nasser
Dec 30: As for running the labor department, you're getting too big for your breeches: AFL-CIO, George Meany, Willard Wirtz
Dec 31: Help!: Congo, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oversize 4 Cartoons 1965, Jan
Jan 4: They got-their nerve....jush cause (hic) we got high on (hic) Goldwater: Democratic Party
Jan 5: Welcome to the Great Society!: Lyndon Johnson, Great Society
Jan 7: He threatens to quit our club unless we coddle him: Sukarno, United Nations
Jan 11: America the beautiful: pollution
Jan 12: I bought the tools from the West: Soviet Union, Romania
Jan 13: By majority vote I've been elected fall guy: Dean Burch, Republican Party, elections
Jan 16: Imprint: Winston Churchill
Jan 18: Great Society Inauguration: Lyndon B. Johnson, Great Society
Jan 19: And now for the fat: Congress, foreign aid
Jan 20: Who said we're pulling out of South Viet Nam?: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 21: Successful launch: Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 22: A helluva way to run the World: United Nations, U. Thant
Jan 25: Go out there and score, score, score!: Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey
Jan 27: Presidential protection
Jan 30: I believe it's your turn, again: Egypt, Congress, Gamal Abdel Nasser
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Feb 2: My move, comrade: Alexey Kosygin, Mao Zedong, Vietnam War
Feb 3: Russian Winter: United Nations
Feb 4: Scram...ain't you got no respect for private property?: voting rights, civil rights, Alabama
Feb 5: Put up your dukes!: New York, Democratic Party
Feb 6: Have boots, will travel: Lyndon B. Johnson, Latin America, Europe, Russia
Feb 8: Sneaky counter punch!: Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War
Feb 10: Commissar for spontaneous demonstrations against imperialistic American Embassy... speaking: Soviet Union
Feb 11: Roundup: Lyndon B. Johnson
Feb 12: Escalation: Vietnam War
Feb 16: Show me an American student who enjoys such freedom of expression: students, demonstrations
Feb 17: [Egyptian invite to East Germany]: Gamal Abdel Nasser, Ludwig Erhard, Israel
Feb 18: In Mississippi we don't tolerate crimes like lettin' Negroes vote!: civil rights
Feb 22: Yes, Mr. President...We're on the ball: Vietnam War, Maxwell Taylor
Feb 23: Home to roost: violence, Malcolm X
Feb 24: Tenderfoot: Lyndon B. Johnson, foreign policy
Feb 26: Same rug, same salesman: Germany, Ludwig Erhard, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Walter Ulbricht
Feb 27: Kosygin's great legs forward: Alexey Kosygin, Korea, Vietnam War
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Mar 1: Mississippi mud: justice, civil rights
Mar 5: Ah, comrade....I see you're studying political science at Moscow University
Mar 5: Did someone mention my name...again?: Richard Nixon
Mar 9: The master race: Alabama, police, George Wallace
Mar 10: Cheese's the President: crime
Mar 12: Mis-guided tour of the White House: demonstrations
Mar 17: Hey, what ya doin' with my prisoner?: voting rights, racism, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 18: If it's the last thing I do....I'm gonna hold back this dawn: voting rights, white supremacy
Mar 20: I don't see anything 'bout voting rights for Negroes: U.S. Constitution, voting rights
Mar 22: Toward the promised land: Alabama, civil rights
Mar 23: I yell for states rights and you scream for federal intervention, see?: George Wallace
Mar 27: Cancer cell: Ku Klux Klan
Mar 30: ...and tell him we only call at night: Ku Klux Klan
Mar 31: War...or whatever McNamara calls hell!: Vietnam War
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Apr 1: We've changed from leave the driving to us to let Kosygin put you in the driver's seat: Alexey Kosygin, Soviet Union
Apr 1: The Marines have escalated: Vietnam War
Apr 2: What's your hurry? We've only had 100 years to talk this over: Congress, voting rights
Apr 3: Checkpoint Marty: Alabama, Martin Luther King, Jr.
Apr 7: Stop the World...I'm getting off!: Medicare
Apr 9: Choice: Vietnam War
Apr 10: What nerve...trying to bribe us with peace!: Vietnam War, Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh
Apr 23: He's finally found his niche: college students, Vietnam War, demonstrations
Apr 24: One of us is a tattletale gray: Federal Bureau of Investigation, Ku Klux Klan
Apr 25: Scram! Can't you see we're busy hoarding: defense industry
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May 1: Plugmanship: Vietnam War, Dominican Republic, Lyndon B. Johnson
May 15: Au revoir: France, Charles De Gaulle
May 22: Where there's life there's hope: Dominican Republic
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Jun 5: Sucker vines: taxes, cotton industry
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Jul 3: Darn Road Block!: New York City, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.
Jul 22: What do you say we keep this a quiet issue: civil rights, Lyndon B. Johnson, Barry Goldwater
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Aug 11: Greek ruin: Greece
Aug 13: Yes, Betty, a tree grew in Brooklyn.... that is, before the water crisis: New York City, natural resources
Aug 21: Aawoooooooooooooo…: Gerald Ford, Lyndon B. Johnson
Aug 31: G'wan to the showers, Casey!: Casey Stengel, New York Mets
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Sep 2: Steady as she goes: Dominican Republic
Sep 3: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?: Russia, China, Pakistan, India
Sep 10: Sick, sick, sick: Vietnam War, India, Pakistan
Sep 13: DeGaulle re-examines Nato: Charles De Gaulle, NATO
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Oct 26: A treat: UNICEF, Nobel Peace Prize
Oct 29: Come clean....did you pad your expense account?: Ku Klux Klan, House Un-American Activities Committee
Oct 30: Everrrything iiis underrr cccontrol: Sukarno, Indonesia
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Nov 2: Witness: Ku Klux Klan
Nov 3: Splat: Mao Zedong, Indonesia
Nov 5: Why?...because it's there: Japan, Mao Zedong, trade
Nov 5: Only DeGaulle can fill DeGaulle's shoes: Charles De Gaulle
Nov 6: Patchwork: Vietnam War, economy
Nov 9: Who are you calling black?: Lyndon B. Johnson, aluminum industry
Nov 10: Independence: Rhodesia
Nov 11: Dig we must: power failure
Nov 12: We've freed ourselves from British bonds: Rhodesia, Ian Smith
Nov 13: Filter system: Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam War
Nov 15: What body: racial violence
Nov 16: Was this trip necessary?: ship disaster
Nov 17: Here comes another paper tiger: Vietnam War
Nov 19: Say, chief...I think we're on the wrong show: Robert McNamara, Dean Rusk, Lyndon B. Johnson, peace
Nov 20: Howdy, pardner: business, Lyndon B. Johnson
Nov 22: Tight little island: Rhodesia
Nov 26: Boom: War on Poverty, Sargent Shriver
Nov 27: France's first satellite: Charles De Gaulle
Nov 30: Suspended animation: Vietnam War. Ho Chi Minh
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Dec 2: Fill'er up? Didn't I a minute ago?: Vietnam War, Great Society, Lyndon B. Johnson
Dec 4: Eye Opener: racial violence
Dec 6: Hey, I didn't turn in any alarm!: inflation
Dec 8: Tinderbox: Watts riot
Dec 11: Famine – overpopulation – war: India
Dec 13: My Kingdom for a screwdriver: space exploration
Dec 14: At least I don't have to look at it all the time: John Birch Society
Dec 15: I guess it's time for a new DeGaulle: Charles De Gaulle, elections
Dec 17: Ever hear of Viet Nam?: Vietnam War, Great Society
Dec 17: Head of state: Sukarno, Indonesia
Dec 20: We ain't buying!: Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War
Dec 23: I now change you into a first class citizen: Frank Boykin, Lyndon B. Johnson
Dec 27: For a moment I thought I was coming in on a wing and a prayer: Vietnam War, Christmas
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1965: The Champ: space exploration
1965: Banner Headlines: Watts riots, Russia, China
1965: From Russia with Love: space exploration, Russia
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Jan 3: No wheels!: transportation, New York City, John Lindsay
Jan 4: How do you like your rice, lump or two?: Fidel Castro, China, Cuba
Jan 7: Uncle Sam wants you!: Bobby Baker
Jan 8: Come to Poppa!: Russia, Ho Chi Minh, China, Alexey Kosgyin
Jan 13: The great balancing act of '66: Great Society, Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 15: Remember before the peace offensive, when this pacification was called a search and kill mission?: Vietnam War
Jan 18: Sir, couldn't I go to Viet Nam instead?: War on Poverty, Sargent Shriver, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 21: Fifteen Men on the dead man's chest- yo ho ho, and a bottle of rum: probate court, wills
Jan 22: We're not admitting any nosy outsiders!: Congress, Central Intelligence Agency
Jan 24: No bombing lull: population
Jan 25: Onward and upward: Congress, budget
Jan 28: Mind if I hitch a ride?: cost of living
Jan 29: Can't hear a word you're saying: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 30: Baker's Disaster: Bobby Baker
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Feb 2: Got any ideas?: Vietnam War, United Nations, Lyndon B. Johnson
Feb 3: Groundhog Day: India, famine
Feb 5: Why?...because it's there!: Vietnam War
Feb 8: Chino go home: China, Cuba, Fidel Castro
Feb 10: Let us put you in the Kamakaze seat: auto industry
Feb 12: Peace- full nightmare: stock market
Feb 15: Get out, they say: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Feb 18: carving knife: Fulbright hearings
Feb 19: Into darkest Viet Nam: Vietnam War, Southeast Asia, Lyndon B. Johnson
Feb 22: Easy on the goodies: labor, business
Feb 26: That's gratitude...after all I've done for myself: Kwame Nkrumah
Feb 28: My good right hand: Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey
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Mar 3: Impressionists: Robert McNamara, Dean Rusk, China
Mar 4: Ahmed Sékou Touré, Guinea, Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana
Mar5: Nobody loves me: Ernie Terrell, Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali)
Mar 8: Ping-pong: wages, prices
Mar 9: ...And you can't throw me out of here!: Casey Stengel
Mar 12: Hubert, what's this talk about you needing a new home?: Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey
Mar 14: All I want is a sphere of influence: Mao Zedong
Mar 15: I found this in your cabinet: John Diefenbaker, Lester Bowles Pearson
Mar 16: Loss of stature: Sukarno
Mar 17: Still active: Watts
Mar 18: Another perfect docking: space exploration
Mar 22: The poverty program: consumers, inflation
Mar 24: Welcome to the do it yourself club: NATO, Mao Zedong, Charles De Gaulle
Mar 25: Americans in trouble too...Los Angeles lost without Koufax and Drysdale: Vietnam War, sports
Mar 28: Say your prayers: Buddhists, Vietnam War, Nguyen Cao Ky
Mar 29: I'm still the leader!: Sukarno
Mar 30: Madame, I'm happy to inform you it isn't steel: consumers, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 31: This may call for a bit more withholding: inflation, Lyndon B. Johnson
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Apr 5: Reins of Government: Vietnam, Nguyen Cao Ky
Apr 6: Oh say can you see?: UFOs
Apr 7: First, we buckle up the government: auto industry
Apr 9: Warning shot: Federal Drug Administration, drug industry
Apr 11: They want to take away our freedom: Ian Smith, Rhodesia, Britain
Apr 12: The high, hard pitch: inflation
Apr 13: Wrong Ky: Lyndon B. Johnson, Vietnam War, Nguyen Cao Ky
Apr 15: You wouldn't dare: anti-trust, baseball
Apr 16: Remember when I was the adviser?: Vietnam War, casualties
Apr 18: Anybody Home? No!: China, Dean Rusk, Mao Zedong
Apr 19: Chief, the natives are restless: Lyndon B. Johnson, War on Poverty, Sargent Shriver
Apr 21: Why don't you watch where I'm going!: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson, Gerald Ford, Everett Dirksen
Apr 22: I solemnly swear to accept tax-free money: Christopher Dodd
Apr 23: They're trying to make us freedom fighters look bad!: racism, armed forces
Apr 29: Pin cushion: Vietnam War
Apr 30: Hubert, don't pay any mind to people who say you don't sound like your old self: Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey
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May 2: Stay out of my territory...the sky!: Vietnam War
May 3: What shall it be...self denial or surgery?: business, taxes, Lyndon B. Johnson
May 6: Don't go away, folks...Congressman Ford isn't finished yet: Gerald Ford, Republican Party
May 7: Re-entry: stock market
May 9: At least when you were emperor you didn't: Charles De Gaulle, Napoleon
May 14: Caution: inhaling may be hazardous to your health: pollution
May 17: Using their heads: Nguyen Cao Ky, Buddhists
May 19: Escalation: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
May 24: Runaway: cost of living
May 25: Inside McNamara: peace, Robert McNamara
May 27: Are you sure you have no nosy reporters to declare, Senator?: Robert F. Kennedy, South Africa
May 30: Perpetual motion: Richard Nixon
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Jun 1: Puff, puff, toot, toot...: Fidel Castro, Guantanamo Bay
Jun 2: Peace pipe: Buddhists, Nguyen Cao Ky
Jun 3: No soft landing: Everett Dirksen, Gerald Ford, War on Poverty
Jun 4: Of course I'm happy...I think: Lyndon B. Johnson, Dominican Republic, elections, Joaquín Balaguer
Jun 11: [Editors: no caption with this cartoon.]: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jun 13: I've been hunting those tremendous headlines in South Africa...what have you been doing lately?: Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, Robert F. Kennedy
Jun 15: Whatsamatter...aintcha heard of Miranda versus Arizona?: Supreme Court
Jun 16: You know the gouging, no butting, no rabbit punching: Medicare, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jun 22: It says here this model needs a complete overhaul: auto industry
Jun 24: Here goes...: Christopher Dodd
Jun 25: Oh that...that's the Capitol: Congress, Everett Dirksen, Hubert Humphrey, John McCormack
Jun 27: Those damn Romanians don't know which end is up!: Chou En-lai, Romania, Mao Zedong
Jun 28: Hot seat: Christopher Dodd
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Jul 1: Tiger in his tank: Robert F. Kennedy
Jul 1: I remember when the fourth of July was called Independence Day: traffic
Jul 2: Black Power: liberals, militants
Jul 6: Of course, there's no longer a life time guarantee with the nameplate: Sukarno
Jul 7: Dis-Chord: Soviet Union, Romania
Jul 12: But on the other hand McNamara says we got plenty of fight: Lyndon B. Johnson, Vietnam War
Jul 13: The best Defense Secretary is a good Offense Secretary: Robert McNamara
Jul 14: They never touched us: Virginia election, Harry F. Byrd, Jr
Jul 15: Escalation: weather
Jul 16: Is ttthere a bbbbomb diposal expert in the hhhhouse?: Syria, Israel
Jul 18: There ain't room enough for both of us!: white racism, black racism
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Aug 11: Pilot to do we get this off the ground?: airline industry, strikes
Aug 12: Madame, consider yourself ought to see the way they drive in Germany, Britain, France, etc.: inflation, cost of living
Aug 13: I've decided to strike out on my own: North Korea, China
Aug 15: Port of no call: Lyndon B. Johnson, wages, prices
Aug 19: Slow down, please: credit
Aug 24: Read all about it: cost of living
Aug 25: The guns of August: Richard Nixon
Aug 30: Go get him, Dick...he can't hurt us!: Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon
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Sep 2: Anesthesia: urban problems
Sep 7: Bread and butter play: Democratic Party, elections, Lyndon B. Johnson
Sep 8: Somehow, Ev, with you I feel safe: Everett Dirksen, housing, civil rights
Sep 9: That oughta hold him!: inflation, Lyndon B. Johnson
Sep 12: Blacklash: black power, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
Sep 13: We were ambushed at the polls: elections, Ho Chi Minh
Sep 14: [Editors: No caption with this cartoon]: Mississippi, civil rights
Sep 15: Lost in Space: prices, wages
Sep 17: Racist!: Adam Clayton Powell
Sep 20: He does too love me the most: Hubert Humphrey, Robert F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson
Sep 21: Overkill: auto industry, inflation
Sep 24: Clay pigeon: Soviet Union, peace
Sep 30: White Power: Georgia, elections, civil rights
Sep: The Snipers: Warren Commission
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Oct 3: See...the door isn't shut completely: Vietnam War, Arthur Goldberg, Ho Chi Minh
Oct 4: Congressman Weltner's got his nerve quittin our team: Lester Maddox, Georgia
Oct 5: Sorry I'm a little late, Barry: Barry Goldwater, Dwight Eisenhower, crime, Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oct 6: No, no, Miss Johnson, we've dropped that togetherness thing!: Lyndon B. Johnson, McCall's magazine
Oct 8: [Editors: No caption with cartoon]: Lyndon B. Johnson, Asia
Oct 11: Beat it,'re giving our outfit a bad image: Adam Clayton Powell, Stokely Carmichael, black power
Oct 17: Out of the 2,517 year old bourgeois revolutionist!: China, Confucius, communism
Oct 18: It's a's a hawk...: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oct 19: You run along...I'll take care of her: Congress, redwoods
Oct 20: There will be no peace prize for 1966
Oct 24: Halloween, 1966: elections, civil rights
Oct 26: Surrender, or I'll cut you adrift: Gibralter, Francisco Franco
Oct 29: New Buddha: Lyndon B. Johnson
Oct: Today Bavaria...tomorrow, the world!: Nazism
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Nov 2: I have returned!: Lyndon B. Johnson, Democratic Party, Republican Party, elections
Nov 4: I'm taking you out of the game!: Lyndon B. Johnson, Democratic Party, elections
Nov 5: Hey're supposed to be sick!: Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon
Nov 7: What makes him think I'm watching?: Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon
Nov 8: Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown: Germany, Ludwig Erhard
Nov 9: Did you ever see an elephant fly?: Republican Party, elections
Nov 11: Delivery problems: Congress, Great Society, Lyndon B. Johnson
Nov 12: How's that for progress?: anti-missile systems
Nov 17: I'm doing about you?: Lyndon B. Johnson, presidential succession
Nov 18: The fugitive: Adam Clayton Powell
Nov 19: Next year I may have to use my other foot: United Nations, China, Arthur Goldberg
Nov 25: Limited war: War on Poverty, Sargent Shriver, Congress
Nov 29: Follow that car!: holidays, traffic fatalities
Nov: Hold it...I got something to pep you up: economy, Lyndon B. Johnson
Nov: Honestly, I can't imagine what people did before TV: television strike
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Dec 6: Step on it...he's widening the credibility gap!: press, Lyndon B. Johnson
Dec 7: We shall continue our fight for freedom!: Ian Smith, Rhodesia
Dec 8: Me again: Vietnam War
Dec 9: God rest ye merry, spacemen: nuclear weapons, Soviet Union
Dec 12: Quit bugging me!: Robert F. Kennedy, J. Edgar Hoover, espionage
Dec 14: Wal, shut mah great big mouth!: civil rights, Lester Maddox
Dec 15: Of course, we'll still keep our high credibility rating: Bill Moyers, Lyndon B. Johnson
Dec 19: Let's face it, Mr. Prime Minister....I'm not what I used to be: Britain, Harold Wilson
Dec 20: Here we go again: peace
Dec 22: For temporary relief: peace
Dec 24: Good've dropped nine-tenths of one percent: inflation
Dec 24: Kamakaze pilot: drunk driving
Dec 28: Don't you know a military target from a civilian one: Vietnam War, weapons
Dec 30: You'll have to wait your turn, Mr. Romney: elections, George Romney
Dec 31: Bang, Bang!: Adam Clayton Powell
Dec: The juggernaut: traffic fatalities
Dec: Go West: Mao Zedong, Russia
Dec: Hey amigos...the finish line is here!: Puerto Rico, Cuba
Dec: What do you ever do for civil rights: Adam Clayton Powell, James Meredith
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Jan 3: For the New Year, I recommend a thorough overhaul: Walter Reuther, George Meany
Jan 4: In 8 years Fidel has sort of grown on us: Fidel Castro, Cuba
Jan 5: Surrender or else!: Vietnam War, peace
Jan 6: There, that's more like it!: Lyndon B. Johnson (and his portrait by Peter Hurd)
Jan 9: What do you think this is...a Democratic Party?: Eugene McCarthy
Jan 10: Escalation: Lyndon B. Johnson, programs
Jan 12: No, no, honeychile...I'll lead and you follow: Republican Party, Democratic Party
Jan 14: Help...I'm a prisoner in an electoral college!:
Jan 16: ...and now the Super Duper Bowl: Great Society, Vietnam War
Jan 17: Go ahead, launch one and see what happens: Gerald R. Ford, Lyndon B. Johnson, John McCormack
Jan 18: Keep to the right, Lurleen honey: George Wallace, Lurleen Wallace
Jan 19: Lift that barge, tote that bale...: government spending, economy
Jan 20: State of the union: Gerald R. Ford, Everett Dirksen
Jan 22: I haven't got the heart: Congress, budget, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 23: Big man on campus: University of California, Clark Kerr, Ronald Reagan
Jan 24: The budget
Jan 26: My position on your entering the common market has softened a bit: Charles De Gaulle, Harold Wilson
Jan 28: And now they belong to the heavens: space exploration, Gus Grissom, Edward White, Roger Chaffee
Jan 28: Cheapskate!: Robert McNamara, nuclear weapons, anti-missile systems
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Feb 1: Hey, look what I found on the Champs-Elysees!: Charles De Gaulle, Robert F. Kennedy, Vietnam War
Feb 2: ....and holding!: space exploration
Feb 3: He says he's still waiting for a real one: Ho Chi Minh, peace, Lyndon B. Johnson
Feb 4: Take it from an expert...this is dangerous!: Soviet Union
Feb 6: Hurry, comrades...the Chinese are coming!: china, Soviet Union
Feb 16: Look who's running!: Richard Nixon, George Romney
Feb 23: I understand the CIA has withdrawn their subsidies: closed businesses
Feb 24: Your seat, sir: Adam Clayton Powell
Feb 25: Not so sacred anymore: India, elections
Feb 27: Out we go,...into the Wild Blue Yonder...: Air Force Academy, cheating scandal
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Mar 1: After you, Noble sir: Senate ethics reform
Mar 6: I see no basis now for optimism on Viet Nam: U. Thant
Mar 8: ....and this is the latest addition to the rogues, er ha, I mean Teamster's portrait gallery: Jimmy Hoffa, Dave Beck
Mar 22: Say, who's directing this show?: Lyndon B. Johnson, Nguyen Cao Ky
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Apr 10: Who gave you the right to drive like me?: Teamsters
Apr 12: It's died from a case of lingering carelessness: space exploration, Gus Grissom, Edward White, Roger Chaffee
Apr 15: You gotta accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative: Hubert Humphrey, press
Apr 17: No need for alarm, Mr. President. The enemy beachheads are surrounded: J. Edgar Hoover, demonstrations
Apr 24: Greek ruins: Greece, democracy
Apr 27: From America with love: Alexey Kosygin, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Svetlana Stalin
Apr 28: [Editors, note: no caption with this cartoon.]: Senate ethics, Christopher Dodd
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May 6: [Editors, note: no caption with this cartoon.]: Lyndon B. Johnson, railroad industry, strikes
May 10: Solidarity: Central Intelligence Agency, AFL-CIO
May 13: What a race, folks...nose to nose: Richard Nixon, George Romney
May 16: ...Meanwhile back at the gym...: Soviet Union, Vietnam China, Lyndon B. Johnson, Mao Zedong, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Nguyen Cao Ky
May 17: The patriot: taxes, armed forces
May 19: Sword swallower: Middle East
May 26: Raising the roof: Congress, national debt
May 27: Bottleneck: Israel
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Jun 2: Sit tight...we're figuring out how to save you: Israel Lyndon B. Johnson
Jun 5: Patient's dilemma: Middle East, United Nations
Jun 12: Maybe we should have caught him: Middle East, United Nations
Jun 15: Ammo: Ghettoes, Stokley Carmichael
Jun 19: Some security: nuclear weapons, China
Jun 25: Great job!: Vietnam War, Middle East, Barry Goldwater, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jun 26: Getting to know you: Lyndon B. Johnson, Alexey Kosygin
Jun 27: En garde!: Soviet Union, Romania, Alexey Kosygin
Jun 28: Relax...Doctor knows best!: health care
Jun 29: ...just checking my investments: Alexey Kosygin, Cuba, Fidel Castro. Middle East
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Jul 1: Veep, veep: Nguyen Cao Ky, Vietnam War
Jul 3: Daddy, all is forgiven!: Lyndon B. Johnson, Democratic Party
Jul 3: Companion: Vietnam War
Jul 10: Progress report: Vietnam War, Congo, Nigeria, Hong Kong, Middle East
Jul 11: High noon: auto industry, United Auto Workers
Jul 14: There now, have I restored your self respect?: Soviet Union, Abdel Gamal Nasser
Jul 15: We're making tremendous progress!: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jul 17: The assassins: racial violence, Newark
Jul 19: It's about time you boys learned how to run a railroad: Congress, railroad industry, unions
Jul 20: All in favor of the Thieu-Ky ticket, raise your hands: Vietnam War, elections
Jul 26: Greetings: Charles De Gaulle, Lester Bowles Pearson, Canada
Jul 27: Business as usual: Democratic Party, Republican Party
Jul 28: Briefing: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jul 31: Brother, can you spare a few thousand?: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson, armed forces
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Aug 18: Hand it over...I'm an expert on the subject!: Congress, gun control
Aug 22: Home delivery: unions, United States Postal Service
Aug 27: Freedom from the press: Vietnam War
Aug 29: You've only been tossed for another loss...the game's not over!: cost of living, Lyndon B. Johnson
Aug 30: Want to take a trip?: Shirley Temple, Republican Party
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Sep 2: We're following a trend: Lyndon B. Johnson, steel industry
Sep 2: Honest differences of opinion have been blown out of proportion: Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert McNamara
Sep 6: Bird in hand: Nguyen Cao Ky, Nguyen Van Thieu, peace
Sep 7: School daze: teachers, strikes, bussing,
Sep 9: Your trouble is you can't recognize the truth when you see or hear it: George Romney, Robert McNamara, Vietnam War
Sep 11: I'm still in the picture: George Romney, Republican Party
Sep 13: The new season: teacher's strike
Sep 14: Now here's my plan: Ronald Reagan
Sep 19: Don't worry...this one'll sort of grow on you, too!: taxes, Vietnam War, Robert McNamara, anti-missile systems
Sep 21: I'm not so sure this is an emergency: inflation, Congress, taxes
Sep 26: The gym fighter: Organization of American States, Fidel Castro
Sep 28: You heard me...I'm declaring another disaster area here!: Lyndon B. Johnson, Vietnam War, demonstrations
Sep 29: Hold it, forgot your bow!: Congress, government spending
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Oct 4: Your problem, mon ami, is you're obsolete: France, farming, Charles De Gaulle
Oct 7: When are you going to hit the brakes?: Congress, inflation, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oct 9: Man, have you got a case of a communicable disease!: Vietnam War, NATO, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oct 10: The Rockefeller magic: Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George Romney
Oct 11: You don't expect me to sacrifice my own flesh and blood: Congress, government spending, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oct 12: Hello Hanoi?...negotiate or I'll turn my man loose!: Vietnam War, Nguyen Van Thieu
Oct 14: Slightly off target: taxes, Congress, government spending
Oct 17: You're doing great, kid...They ain't laid a glove on you: Vietnam War, Dean Rusk, Lyndon B. Johnson
Oct 19: I understand Venus is too hot to sustain human life: Vietnam War
Oct 20: We don't want you to catch one of those dread foreign diseases: trade, consumers
Oct 21: He refuses to walk the plank!: Republican Party, Democratic Party, Lyndon B. Johnson, Vietnam War
Oct 24: Neither protests, nor Marches, nor doves, nor gloomy polls stays this courier from this endless rounds: Lyndon B. Johnson, Vietnam War
Oct 26: He hit me back!: United Nations, Israel, Abdel Gamal Nasser
Oct 27: Stop! You wanna make him mad?: inflation, economy, Congress, government spending
Oct 28: Altitude bothering you, dearie?: cost of living
Oct 30: By jove...I think I May have discovered something: Abdel Gamal Nasser, King Hussein of Jordan, Israel
Oct 31: There will be no Nobel Peace Prize for 1966 or 1967: peace
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Nov 9: Suppose they're trying to tell us something?: H. Rap Brown, Stokely Carmichael
Nov 10: America's biggest payload: inflation
Nov 13: Why don't we let the donkey decide: Eugene McCarthy, Lyndon B. Johnson
Nov 15: Good news, Coach...I've decided to make another comeback: Harold Stassen, Republican Party
Nov 18: Next question, please: Lyndon B. Johnson
Nov 21: Hey, everybody...I've made my decision: George Romney
Nov 24: Follow that car!: crime
Nov 27: Phew...we hope!: Cyprus, peace
Nov 28: Le French barbecue: Charles De Gaulle, Canada, Britain, Israel
Nov 30: Watch it, kid...or I'll unleash Hubert on you again!: Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, Robert F. Kennedy
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Dec 1: Primary target: Eugene McCarthy, Lyndon B. Johnson
Dec 7: He's at a difficult age: Benjamin Spock
Dec 8: [Editors: no caption.]: wages, prices
Dec 12: Hey Whitey, I'm back: Stokely Carmichael
Dec 14: Hey, who do you think you are...another Hercules?: Greece, Constantine II
Dec 16: Hold it, Mac...your license has been revoked: federal employees, nepotism
Dec 18: Thanks for taking it easy on my boy: Lyndon B. Johnson, Congress
Dec 19: Beat you to it, Charlie: inflation, Charles De Gaulle
Dec 20: Very well...if the King won't lend us we'll do without him: Greece
Dec 21: Follow me and we might even score on this play: Lyndon B. Johnson, Vietnam War, peace, Nguyen Van Thieu
Dec 22: We are indeed united on how to deal with the Viet Cong: Lyndon B. Johnson, Nguyen Van Thieu, Vietnam War
Dec 22: ...and remember, I'm the leader!: Republican Party, Barry Goldwater
Dec 23: Wring out the old, bring in the new: Charles De Gaulle, New Year's
Dec 27: You mean this is it?: New Year's, war
Dec 28: C'mon, man...this is no time to think!: Lyndon B. Johnson, Cambodia, Vietnam War
Dec 29: You got a great future, Kid, if you don't panic: inflation, economy
Dec 30: Traffic cop: Cambodia, Norodom Sihanouk
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Jan 3: Emergency: Lyndon B. Johnson, U.S. Dollar
Jan 4: What do you expect in only nine years?: Fidel Castro, Cuba
Jan 5: I don't need any help: Lyndon B. Johnson, Charles De Gaulle
Jan 12: Tough course: Eugene McCarthy, George Romney
Jan 13: See, the sword is mightier than the pen!: Soviet Union, writers, justice
Jan 15: Siren: Congress, elections
Jan 17: Did Wellington flinch at Waterloo? Did Nelson cringe at Trafalgar?: Harold Wilson, Britain, austerity program
Jan 19: Agreed...let's do something: Soviet Union, nuclear weapons
Jan 20: I know you'll do an equally good job: Robert McNamara, Clark Clifford, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 23: What shall it be, my emperor?: Congress, taxes
Jan 26: Just in case: North Korea, USS Pueblo
Jan 29: Blockbuster: Lyndon B. Johnson, budget
Jan 30: Stand back, folks...I have an important announcement: Richard Nixon
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Feb 2: Wrong signal: Vietnam War
Feb 3: Ladies and Gentlemen...I give you the new new Nixon: Richard Nixon
Feb 5: Light in Vietnam: Vietnam War
Feb 7: Hold it...I have an ingenious plan!: tourism, taxes
Feb 10: Nothing personal, Mr. President: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert F. Kennedy
Feb 12: He may have fallen into it but he hasn't come up smelling like a rose: Nelson Rockefeller, New York City, garbage strike
Feb 13: Sign please: South Korea, Lyndon B. Johnson
Feb 14: Are you sure you're taking me to my leader?: electoral colleges, voting
Feb 15: Now you can play soldier without those nasty Soviet toys: Soviet Union, Jordan
Feb 15: Fiddler on the Roof: taxes, gold reserve, Wilbur Mills
Feb 16: The gap is very narrow indeed"...Prime Minister Wilson: Vietnam War
Feb 17: It's surrounded by 12 foot thick skulls: civil rights
Feb 19: New Image: Nelson Rockefeller, New York City, garbage strike
Feb 22: He says it's up to you to make the first move: Vietnam War, Ho chi Minh, Lyndon B. Johnson, U. Thant
Feb 23: Now here's my plan to prevent that other blowup: Vietnam War, Congress, riots, Lyndon B. Johnson
Feb 24: Unquenchable thirst: Vietnam War
Feb 26: I don't expect a draft but if one comes along I won't resist: Nelson Rockefeller
Feb 29: Sorry, Rocky...I've decided to get off: George Romney, Nelson Rockefeller 1968-02-29">1 Feb
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Mar 4: Shake hands and come out fighting: Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller
Mar 5: Doc, how about cutting down on that rich stuff: healthcare, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 8: But he was here last month: Eugene McCarthy, elections, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 9: Independent satellite: Romania, Soviet Union
Mar 11: Start the music: Nelson Rockefeller, Republican Party
Mar 12: Stalemate on a stalemate: Dean Rusk, foreign policy
Mar 16: Don't panic, folks....we're thinking of something: U.S. Dollar, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 21: That's as far as I'm going to bare my assets: Senate ethics
Mar 22: Hey, Dick...Come and get her: Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon, Republican Party
Mar 23: Falconry: Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert F. Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey
Mar 27: He's the only one left who can beat you: Richard Nixon
Mar 28: Don't let it get you down: cost of living, Lyndon B. Johnson
Mar 29: I've come to save you from those big bad foreigners: textile industry, consumers, trade, congress
Mar 30: Call of the wild: riots, demonstrations, non-violence
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Apr 3: Look what I found. How about hooking it up?: inflation, taxes, Congress
Apr 6: The dream he never had: [U.S Capitol building being torn in two]
Apr 9: Okay, let's start hatching: Lyndon B. Johnson, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War, peace
Apr 10: It won't go out: Martin Luther King Jr., violence, racism
Apr 11: Free at last, free at last...: Congress, housing, civil rights, ghettos
Apr 12: Say, fellers...You sure you got the right bed?: Hubert Humphrey, labor
Apr 16: Gee, fellers...for a while I thought I had bad breath or something: Kerner riot report
Apr 17: Look, everybody...a groundswell: Ronald Reagan
Apr 18: Now don't overdo it!: South Korea, peace, Park Chung-hee, Lyndon B. Johnson
Apr 20: Required reading: government spending
Apr 22: Stumbling block: Lyndon B. Johnson, Ho chi Minh, Vietnam War, peace
Apr 23: What are you...some kind of a nut?: inflation, Congress, William McChesney Martin, Jr.
Apr 25: You're not the only one who's prolific: Robert F. Kennedy, Eugene McCarthy, elections
Apr 26: Okay, Georgie Boy...It's your BALL game: Lyndon B. Johnson, United Nations, Arthur Goldberg, George W. Ball
Apr 27: Don't say I never did anything for you: Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey
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May 1: This time I'm in it to stay!: Nelson Rockefeller, elections
May 2: The Kremlin wall: Czechoslovakia
May 4: What took you so long?: Charles De Gaulle, Lyndon B. Johnson, Ho Chi Minh
May 6: Don't tell me how to put out a fire!: Congress, taxes, inflation, Lyndon B. Johnson
May 7: Hold still...I've decided to rescue you: taxes, Wilbur Mills
May 8: [Editors: no caption with cartoon]: Robert F. Kennedy
May 10: Tell them to hurry! This is an emergency!: Vietnam War, peace
May 13: We know you're there, you trouble makers!: Poor People's Campaign, John Stennis, John McClellan
May 17: Slow down...keep to your out ...don't fall asleep...: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson, Nguyen Van Thieu
May 18: Eyes right: Democratic Party, Hubert Humphrey, George Wallace, elections
May 20: The leaning tower of Pisa: Charles De Gaulle, strikes, riots
May 21: Is there a doctor in the house?: taxes, Congress, Lyndon B. Johnson
May 22: Charge of the Light Brigade: Ronald Reagan, Republican Party
May 23: Just don't turn your head too quickly, mon General: Charles De Gaulle, France
May 24: Can't you see the Doctor is busy?: Orville Freeman, farming, hunger
May 25: Here come de Judge, here come de Judge: subversive activities control board
May 28: We shall overcome...I think: Vietnam War, peace
May 29: I'm only raising you three tenths of a per cent this month: consumers, inflation
May 30: I've agreed to debate him: Eugene McCarthy, Robert F. Kennedy
May 31: Transaction: taxes, government spending, Congress, Lyndon B. Johnson
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Jun 3: The Vietcong are clinging to two footholds in Saigon: Vietnam War
Jun 5: Just about got her locked up: Richard Nixon, Republican Party
Jun 8: We're cracking down on your kind!: Congress, gun control
Jun 11: Hey, whose 'side are you on?: Supreme Court, crime
Jun 12: I see no reason for anymore gun control bills: Everett Dirksen, crime, gun control
Jun 12: Don't complain, we're delivering the goods!: trucking industry, transportation
Jun 13: Trail Blazer: Nelson Rockefeller, Robert F. Kennedy
Jun 14: You got your nerve...sneaking up on a sleeping man: hunger, William Poage
Jun 15: Let's make our country safe from those intellectuals: George Wallace
Jun 18: I knew WE could do it: Lee Trevino
Jun 19: House-cleaning: housing, Supreme Court
Jun 26: Hi, I'm Senator McCarthy. I hope I'm not intruding: Eugene McCarthy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Vietnam War, peace,
Jun 28: Read this! What, you mean you don't know how to read?: education
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Jul 1: I will not be panicked into tighter gun-control: crime, gun control, Congress
Jul 3: [No caption with this cartoon]: [man whispers to a woman about Fidel Castro who is sitting across the aisle]
Jul 3: Now that I've saved you, mon general...: France, elections, economy, Charles De Gaulle
Jul 5: Help yourself, dearie, but don't advertise this, either: tobacco industry, advertising
Jul 6: Just stick to the script: Richard Nixon
Jul 8: We'll disqualify them for running without mounts: Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, Eugene McCarthy, Nelson Rockefeller
Jul 9: Comrade Brezhnev, any direct talks with Israel and I'd lose face: Abdel Gamal Nasser, Israel, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
Jul 11: Au revoir mon ami...someday this will be all yours: Charles De Gaulle, Georges Pompidou
Jul 15: Parting is such sweet sorrow: Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia
Jul 16: Steering Committee: trucking industry, Congress
Jul 18: I'd say you need a new everything: U.S. Postal Service
Jul 19: I'm Czeching out, Comrade: Soviet Union, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Czechoslovakia
Jul 20: Introducing our hand-picked commission to determine our salaries: Congress
Jul 23: Very well, we'll talk at your place, Mohammed: Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia
Jul 29: Get a horse: trucking industry
Jul 31: Royal treatment: billboard lobby
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Aug 1: In the breadbasket: cost of living
Aug 2: It says he's alive and well in Miami Beach: Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon
Aug 3: I said, General Hershey, you're too old for the draft: Lewis B. Hershey, Hubert Humphrey
Aug 12: I like your direction, Gene, but I'll do my own steering: Vietnam War, Eugene McCarthy, George McGovern
Aug 13: Chow time: trucking industry, taxes
Aug 14: I don't understand it but our credentials are about to be questioned: Democratic Party, Alabama, Georgia, Alabama
Aug 16: Party Unity: Eugene McCarthy, Hubert Humphrey, George McGovern
Aug 17: Of course you understand they're samples: Eugene McCarthy, Walter Reuther, Correta Scott King, William Fulbright, Gardner Ackley
Aug 19: Platform construction: Vietnam War, Hubert Humphrey, Eugene McCarthy, George McGovern
Aug 20: Lester, Pay attention...see Ho run, Ho runs fast...: Lester Maddox, Lyndon B. Johnson, Ho Chi Minh
Aug 21: Things haven't changed much in 30 years, Comrade: Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Adolf Hitler
Aug 23: We're working on a new Czech government: Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia
Aug 24: Look what I caught: Vietnam War, Eugene McCarthy, Hubert Humphrey
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Sep 5: About that campaigning, Mr. President...don't call us, we'll call you: Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey
Sep 7: To teach those Russians a lesson, I've decided not to defuse: nuclear weapons
Sep 9: Considering the circumstances I've used admirable restraint: Congress, Lyndon B. Johnson
Sep 13: Not so hard on the Vice President, Spiro: Spiro T. Agnew, Gerald Ford, Everett Dirksen, Hubert Humphrey, communism, law and order
Sep 14: Goodnight, David: Chet Huntley, Federal Communications Commission
Sep 16: ...and here's some more dirt I dug up on you: Abe Fortas, Strom Thurmond
Sep 17: Dewey was here: Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, Thomas Dewey
Sep 20: Early Foot: George Wallace
Sep 21: The opposition: Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, trucking industry
Sep 23: I suppose another triumph for our glorious system: space exploration, Soviet Union
Sep 24: But If I put the lid on we'd have all sorts of political fallout: nuclear weapons
Sep 26: This is a holdup!: Abe Fortas
Sep 28: Can't you see the balance of power will be upset if Israel gets those jets: Soviet Union, Egypt
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Oct 2: I'm just seeing to it you don't vote when you're wrong: Abe Fortas
Oct 3: Down to size: trucking industry, Congress
Oct 5: This is the best reception yet, Mr. Vice President: Hubert Humphrey
Oct 7: You don't mean little Georgie Wallace?: George Wallace
Oct 9: See, General LeMay is a man of peace: George Wallace, Curtis LeMay
Oct 10: I'm still casting for the right face: Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia
Oct 11: It was a tough fight but I won: World Series
Oct 12: I'll say one thing about Hubie...he refuses to stay buried: Hubert Humphrey
Oct 15: The Wallace-LeMay platform: George Wallace, Curtis LeMay
Oct 16: My credentials, Senor: Panama
Oct 17: Relax, baby...We're legal now: Czechoslovakia, Soviet Union
Oct 18: Looks like Dick is gonna win this race too: Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, George Wallace
Oct 21: Booster shot: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Oct 22: Bunk mates: Vietnam War, Curtis LeMay, Mao Zedong, Strom Thurmond
Oct 23: Super Eagle: space exploration
Oct 24: Don't worry, I'll tuck you in safe from all those terrible things like integration: George Wallace
Oct 25: You sorta learn to live with this in New York: New York City, welfare, teacher's strike, police
Oct 26: ELECT Humphrey MUSKIE, VOTE NIXON Agnew: Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey
Oct 28: Capitalist: Soviet Union, Olympics
Oct 29: Rally round the flag, boys: George Wallace
Oct 30: Control yourself, Hubert...I said I'd endorse, not support you: Eugene McCarthy
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Nov 1: Blockbuster?: Vietnam War, elections, Lyndon B. Johnson
Nov 2: Every cloud must have a silver lining: Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey
Nov 5: Brace yourself: elections
Nov 6: Hail to the chief: electoral system
Nov 7: You and your bombing policy: Curtis LeMay, George Wallace, elections
Nov 8: I'm the new Doc but I'll need your help: Richard Nixon
Nov 9: Let a winner lead the way: Nguyen Van Thieu, Vietnam War, peace
Nov 11: THINK: Spiro T. Agnew, Richard Nixon
Nov 12: Relax, we made it, didn't we?: electoral system
Nov 13: The Charge of the Light Brigade: China, United Nations
Nov 19: The leaning Tower of Paris: France, Charles De Gaulle, gold
Nov 20: Step aside, buster...heah come de real judge!: Adam Clayton Powell, Supreme Court, Congress
Nov 21: Isn't that the guy who doesn't believe in nets?: Charles De Gaulle
Nov 22: Gentlemen, I owe it all to blood, sweat and tears: Germany, France, Britain, Harold Wilson, Charles De Gaulle, Kurt Georg Kiesinger
Nov 23: Believe me, you got me all wrong...I'm really a dove: NATO, Soviet Union
Nov 25: Stop gap: Charles De Gaulle, austerity program
Nov 27: After a number of reassuring sessions my partner has agreed to attend the Peace Talks: Lyndon B. Johnson, Nguyen Van Thieu, Vietnam War
Nov 29: Au revoir, mon ami: nuclear weapons, Charles De Gaulle
Nov 30: Untie yourself before it's too late: Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
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Dec 2: Help: NAACP, Black Panthers, violence
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Jan 2: I said John...tell that darn donkey this is no time for a change: Russell Long, Stewart Udall, Ted Kennedy, John McCormack
Jan 3: It says the Soviets have warned Israel about over-reaction: Czechoslovakia, press
Jan 4: Some protection!: Ted Kennedy, Russell Long, Roman Hruska, Hugh Scott
Jan 6: How do you like the new me?: Congress
Jan 7: Hop aboard, Mr. President and off we go into the wild blue yonder: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 7: Lodge in for Harriman: Averell Harriman, Vietnam War
Jan 8: I got something to absorb the inflation shock: Congress
Jan 11: Actually we're only divided on direction: Vietnam War, peace
Jan 14: Now how did I miss this loophole?: Internal Revenue Service, trucking industry
Jan 15: Considering everything, things could be worse?: violence, Vietnam War, inflation, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 16: You should be honored to carry my brand: Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon
Jan 17: Look,'s also possible to get together on Earth: space exploration, peace talks
Jan 18: Bail me out, part way: taxes, Congress, Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 18: Man, did I have a nightmare...I dreamed they gave us everything we asked for: civil rights, education
Jan 20: Launching pad: Richard Nixon
Jan 21: Back to Earth: Richard Nixon
Jan 22: Say uh, Mac...which way to Austin?: Lyndon B. Johnson
Jan 23: For your sake, Comrade, call off the dogs!: Soviet Union, Egypt, Suez Canal
Jan 25: Well, Admiral, it's not exactly an open and shut case: USS Pueblo
Jan 27: For propriety's sake: Alan Boyd, railroad industry
Jan 28: Ladies and Gentlemen, as you are well aware, this set needs a new approach: Richard Nixon
Jan 29: Testing, one, two, three....: Middle East, Iraq
Jan 30: Gimme that ball...I'll show you how to really play this game: Everett Dirksen, Congress, professional football
Jan 31: You'll be happy to know that the 1968 squeeze of 4.2 percent was not a record: cost of living, consumers
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Feb 1: This'll keep you out of the draft: Richard Nixon, armed forces
Feb 4: The glutton: Congress
Feb 5: We're right behind you, Champ: taxes
Feb 6: Don't reach,'re in FCC Country now: tobacco industry, advertising
Feb 10: Launching Pad: anti-missile system
Feb 11: Help, help!: oil
Feb 12: See how his chin provoked my fist: elections, Germany
Feb 13: Look, if you don't make it on your next trip, I got some newer models: Congress, electoral system
Feb 14: And then we start demonstrating because there's no place to go to class: demonstrations
Feb 15: And presto..a live conspiring rabbit: Jim Garrison, Clay Shaw
Feb 19: C'mon, we're going to celebrate our victory over El-Al: Middle East
Feb 20: Think of, hooked on socialized medicine: Medicare
Feb 21: I'm only following orders: taxes, Internal Revenue Service
Feb 24: Only when your forces withdraw can we work out a settlement: students, demonstrations
Feb 26: I'd like to discuss if it's necessary to sock it to me: anti-missile systems
Feb 27: News item...Detroit: Car manufacturer recalls 4.9 million cars and trucks because of INSIDE exhaust fumes: pollution
Feb 28: [Uncle Sam as a police officer with a young boy "South Vietnam"]: Vietnam War, Laos
Feb 28: Wait, let us help diffuse it: college students, demonstrations
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Mar 1: Shucks, all it needs is a little tuneup: Richard Nixon, electoral system
Mar 3: Truce with DeGaulle: Richard Nixon, Charles De Gaulle
Mar 4: No two-bit imperialistic gangster is going to rush me around: Soviet Union, china
Mar 6: Wanna open up some more?: Richard Nixon, Soviet Union
Mar 8: Those daring young men without their trapeze: space exploration
Mar 11: Refuge: Martin Luther King Jr., James Earl Ray
Mar 12: Brinkmanship: Middle East, Israel
Mar 13: Still growing: crime, Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover
Mar 14: ...showing conclusively that the enemy is fighting a real guard action: Vietnam War, casualties
Mar 15: Solomon's decision: Richard Nixon, Russia, anti-missile systems
Mar 17: Think of it this're not losing a smaller company, you're gaining a bigger one: anti-trust laws
Mar 18: You're right...we've captured the corner: black college students, militancy
Mar 19: Stand back...what do you think I am, a magician: Richard Nixon, Vietnam War
Mar 20: I don't care how big you are...nobody can make sport of her majesty: Britain, Rhodesia, Harold Wilson, Ian Smith, Anguilla
Mar 21: Getaway: organized crime
Mar 22: Ain't she a peach: anti-missile systems, foreign policy
Mar 25: Hold on,can't you see we're a couple of consenting adults?: anti-trust laws
Mar 26: Nonsense a new mount…four years rest and she's as good as new: electoral system, Congress
Mar 27: Don't worry...I'm hitting the brake: inflation, taxes, Richard Nixon
Mar 28: I think you filled 'er up: taxes, economy
Mar 31: Mascot: Middle East, terrorism, Hussein of Jordan
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Apr 1: The train to Abilene: Dwight Eisenhower
Apr 2: I got a better clean it up!: oil, pollution
Apr 3: Semi-neutral: Israel, Middle East, United Nations
Apr 4: No more cherries on top of your desserts: Melvin R. Laird, Pentagon
Apr 5: Is that you or he talking, Mr. President?: Melvin R. Laird, Richard Nixon, Edward Muskie, Russia
Apr 7: Two birds with one belt: inflation, consumers
Apr 9: Any suggestions?: Hussein of Jordan, Palestine, Richard Nixon
Apr 10: No man's land: Vietnam War, peace
Apr 11: Gentlemen, gentlemen...this is not Yale or Princeton: Harvard, Students for a Democratic Society, demonstrations
Apr 12: Fort Pentagon: military budget
Apr 14: We interrupt this program to bring you a message from our sponsor: Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia
Apr 15: Take that and that and that: Richard Nixon, budget
Apr 16: Howdy friend...welcome to the neighborhood: Rogers Morton, Republican Party, housing, civil rights, voting
Apr 18: I just want to see if there is such a thing as a military industrial colossus: Melvin R. Laird
Apr 19: Some leader...he's not even following us: Richard Nixon, North Korea
Apr 21: I see you, too, are achieving political stability: Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Vietnam War, press
Apr 22: Gentlemen, I will not tolerate the use of firearms: Cornell University, demonstrations
Apr 23: Cigaret commercials: tobacco industry, advertising
Apr 26: You mean this doesn't come under your crime bill?: cost of living, Richard Nixon
Apr 28: Of all DeGaulle: France, elections, Charles De Gaulle
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May 3: Right behind you, buster: college students, demonstrations
May 6: It just keeps following me: Abe Fortas
May 7: Thank heaven, captain Bligh isn't here to see this: USS Pueblo
May 10: Gee Ev, you can't be the manager, pitcher and batter at the same time: Everett Dirksen, Richard Nixon
May 12: Beat want to start a run on the bank?: Congress, minimum wage
May 14: There, this'll make a new old man out of you: draft, Richard Nixon
May 16: Now I can sleep better at night: Abe Fortas, Congress
May 17: Decision in the balance: Richard Nixon, Supreme Court
May 19: Hold it...I want to go over a few things: Richard Nixon, peace
May 21: ...Tum-te-tum, into the red ink yonder...: Pentagon
May 22: I want you to meet my choice for Chief Justice... Warren Burger: Warren Burger, law and order, Richard Nixon
May 24: Rest assured, citizen, he's completely under control: gas and germ weapons
May 27: Home stretch: space exploration
May 28: We need a strong, unified and trusty political arm to to fight the Commies! Right, Fellers?: Nguyen Van Thieu
May 30: Rocky Trip: Nelson Rockefeller, communism, Latin America, South America, Richard Nixon
May 31: The white knight: Richard Nixon, pollution
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Jun 2: President Thieu and I are still able to see eye to eye: Nguyen Van Thieu, Richard Nixon, peace
Jun 4: Junketing Congressmen
Jun 5: Lucky for you I came along: Richard Nixon
Jun 6: Where in the name of Lenin do you think you are... an SDS Convention?: communism, Students for a Democratic Society
Jun 7: Stay calm, folks...I'll find the hang of this, yet: inflation
Jun 9: You're not serious about removing that?: inflation, Congress, Richard Nixon
Jun 11: Speed reading: South America
Jun 12: Surprise!: Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
Jun 14: Just point me in his direction...that South American is a pushover: Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon
Jun 16: We shall continue past policies with moderation: Charles De Gaulle
Jun 17: Can't you see I have the right of way?: Supreme Court, Adam Clayton Powell, Congress
Jun 18: ...because it's the only safe tub we got!: U.S. Navy
Jun 19: Bye, bye, John,..try to be brave: John Lindsay, New York City, Republican Party
Jun 20: You sure Mayor Daley isn't running this?: Students for a Democratic Society
Jun 21: As Clifford sees Nixon and Thieu...and Nixon's version of the relationship: Nguyen Van Thieu, Richard Nixon
Jun 23: Hold it, folks...I think I feel something, I hope: Vietnam War, peace, Richard Nixon
Jun 24: He says it's refreshing: Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon, South America
Jun 26: Don't rush me...can't you see I'm thinking?: taxes, inflation, Congress, Richard Nixon
Jun 27: Roll'em, Baby: movies
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Jul 1: Mother, isn't he groovy?: Soviet Union, Romania, Richard Nixon
Jul 2: Hey, chief, you forgot something: taxes, Richard Nixon
Jul 3: Hold it, Dick...we already have a man on that base: Richard Nixon, voting rights, civil rights
Jul 5: Careful, know their underhanded ways: Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
Jul 7: Had a wonderful time...wish you were there: Latin America, Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon
Jul 9: House warming: Israel, Middle East
Jul 10: It's our slow burn lasts for years: Federal Communications Commission, tobacco industry, television industry, advertising
Jul 12: President Thieu has my full support: Richard Nixon, Nguyen Van Thieu
Jul 14: New arrival: Andrei Gromyko
Jul 15: Self destruction: healthcare
Jul 16: I think we have enough fuel for at least a liftoff: anti-missile systems, Richard Nixon
Jul 18: Holding...: taxes
Jul 19: No, this is not the Twilight's a routine traffic pattern: airline industry
Jul 23: Modification: trucking industry
Jul 24: Tragedy - Trouble: Ted Kennedy
Jul 28: What have they been feeding you?: space exploration
Jul 29: [A downward moving elevator labeled "Stock Market]
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Aug 1: I think I'll go back to fish and poultry: inflation, consumers
Aug 4: Quick, get him into quarantine: Richard Nixon, Romania
Aug 5: Compromise: taxes, Democratic Party
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Sep 3: That's a dangerous could blind someone!: Ted Kennedy, Edmund Dinis
Sep 4: I have surrounded myself with men who enjoy my complete confidence: Nguyen Van Thieu
Sep 5: Chairmanship: Ho Chi Minh
Sep 6: Never the Comrades shall meet: Ho Chi Minh, Chou En-lai, Andrei Gromyko
Sep 8: Why don't we take the direct route?: electoral system, Congress
Sep 9: [director's chair marked "EV"]: Everett Dirksen
Sep 10: AN EYE for an eye: Middle East, Israel
Sep 11: Pandora's Box: credit
Sep 13: Did you say no compromise till hell freezes over?: Chou En-Lai, Alexey Kosygin
Sep 16: Bigger than ever: United Nations
Sep 17: Entry, Entry...: Richard Nixon, Vietnam War, Nguyen Cao Ky
Sep 18: See what Dick and Mel got for you: college students, draft (reduction)
Sep 20: I think we ought to enforce our retirement plan: Congress, electoral system
Sep 23: Stowaway: Congress, immigration
Sep 24: Our hands are clean: Central Intelligence Agency, armed forces
Sep 26: I have a good mind to sentence you to a strict ethical code!: Congress, justiciary
Sep 27: Notice, folks, how hygienic he is this year: television industry, violence
Sep 29: I understand we have resigned: Czechoslovakia
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Oct 1: Buckling Down: Richard Nixon, anti-war movement
Oct 4: We're taking a pollution survey on whether to form a committee to decide whether to form a task force...: pollution
Oct 6: Don't let it go off for 60 days, Hugh!: Hugh Scott, Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
Oct 7: Keep shaking: Congress, armed forces
Oct 8: I don't want you to get fully involved…maybe just another leg: Vietnam War, Laos, Nguyen Van Thieu, Souvanna Phouma
Oct 9: The senior Senator from Massachusetts and Majority Whip feels you're not treating him like an average citizen: Ted Kennedy, press
Oct 10: Clement and I are in this to the very end: Richard Nixon, Clement Haynsworth
Oct 13: Peace now – Amen: peace, demonstrations, Richard Nixon
Oct 14: We fully support this position: Clement Haynsworth
Oct 15: A few more alterations and you'll be finished: taxes
Oct 17: That's one small step for baseball; one giant step for the underdog: World Series
Oct 18: I got it from reliable sources he's slowing down: inflation, Arthur Burns
Oct 20: I await your confession, Comrade: China, Soviet Union
Oct 22: I always wanted to be the head brewneister: Willy Brandt, Germany
Oct 23: I have full confidence it's going to slow down: cost of living
Oct 24: Gusher!: taxes, Russell Long
Oct 27: Death to the infidel!: leaders of Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Israel, United States and the Soviet Union
Oct 28: Now to defuse this one: demonstrations, peace, Richard Nixon
Oct 29: 50 years ago this week-40 years ago...-30 years ago...: Prohibition, stock market, World War II, inflation
Oct 30: Pardon me, Madame Premier but your slip is showing: Golda Meir, Israel, elections
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Nov 1: Judicial Cloak: Ted Kennedy, Massachusetts
Nov 3: Senator, are you for or undecided?: Richard Nixon, Clement Haynsworth
Nov 4: Dammit, move, so I can get out of here!: Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
Nov 5: Raise your right hand and place your left in the register: judiciary
Nov 6: The non-silent majority: Richard Nixon, Virginia, New Jersey
Nov 7: Don't worry, Judge...I have the support: Clement Haynsworth, Richard Nixon
Nov 8: This time I won't botch it: Abdel Gamal Nasser, war
Nov 10: The doctor says he needs more information... do it in quadruplicate: electoral system
Nov 11: I'm just taking him out for an airing: trucking industry, drivers
Nov 12: Now, here's my plan…: Lebanon, Middle East
Nov 13: We stopped him again: Mao Zedong, United Nations, China
Nov 14: Mind if I give you a boost?: peace, Vietnam War
Nov 17: Missed him!: peace, demonstrations, militancy
Nov 18: Peace March: nuclear weapons, Soviet Union
Nov 19: Hey, everybody...look what I found: Vietnam War, black market
Nov 21: Our man says he ain't coming out for round 46: Vietnam War, Richard Nixon, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
Nov 24: "...and Agnew lands a right, another right, and another right!: press, Spiro T. Agnew
Nov 25: You see, Comrade, anything is possible: nuclear weapons, Soviet Union
Nov 26: My boy, it's time you learned to make your own way in the world: Richard Nixon, Nguyen Van Thieu
Nov 27: Thanksgiving: press, Spiro T. Agnew
Nov 29: Credit us with another heroic victory in our Crusade: Middle East, terrorism
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Dec 2: You'll have to lose some weight if you want to be carried: oil, taxes
Dec 4: ...and in turn you remember old Santa in 1970: taxes, business
Dec 5: What, not keep Christmas?: Congress, Richard Nixon
Dec 6: Scram, nosey!: censorship, press, My Lai massacre, Vietnam War
Dec 8: Interference: taxes, inflation, Richard Nixon
Dec 9: Stop the frosting: taxes, social security, Richard Nixon
Dec 10: And now live from the East Room at the White House: Richard Nixon, press
Dec 12: This way you're protected against freezing to death: taxes, inflation
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Gift of Thom Rooke, 2016
Oversize 16 Cartoons,Vietnam 1965 (36)
Gift of Thom Rooke, 2016
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After you, my dear sir: Nikita Khrushchev, United Nations, Charles De Gaulle
All you have to be is able, loyal, good, efficient, and the husband of the president's secretary: Simon McHugh, Lyndon B. Johnson
Allow me: Britain, Hong Kong
And now it's time for Comrade Castro to demolish the United States again: Fidel Castro
Another heavyweight title bout: Vietnam War, Russia
Another one of those damned spontaneous demonstrations: Soviet Union, Mao Zedong, students, Alexey Kosygin, Andrei Gromyko
Another opening, another show: U. Thant, United Nations, Soviet Union
Any solution in sight: Middle East, United Nations
Any suggestions?: Lyndon B. Johnson, Dominican Republic, Organization of American States
Are you fellers sure you got the right guy?: Hubert Humphrey, labor
As one major power to another...: Alexey Kosygin, Charles De Gaulle
Battle of the ages: Barry Goldwater, William Scranton
A Beginning: nuclear weapons, peace, John F. Kennedy, Harold MacMillan, Nikita Khrushchev
Boy, you sure can take a punch!: nuclear weapons
“Bury me!: Canada, Nikita Khrushchev
But officer promised protection!: taxes
Bye, Bye, Birdie: Barry Goldwater, Strom Thurmond, John Stennis, Frank Lausche, Russell Long
Call me Cinderella: India, Indira Ghandi
Catch: poverty program
[Censure]: Christopher Dodd
Checks and balances: Latin America, foreign aid, J. William Fulbright
Choice of Surgeons: taxes, economy, inflation, Lyndon B. Johnson
Compliments of the house: Adam Clayton Powell
Considering everything, it wasn't too bad: Christmas, Vietnam War
Curb these and you curb life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness: gun control
Cut taxes...Increase Spending: Lyndon B. Johnson
Daylight: voting rights, Medicare, education
Don't anybody make a move while I consult my Mallory Rulebook: Supreme Court, crime, police
Don't tell me Doc, it's surgery again: Great Society, Lyndon B. Johnson
Don't you think Charlton Heston would be a perfect me for the movies if it wasn't for all his Bible films?: Nikita Khrushchev
An Elephant sometimes remembers: Barry Goldwater, Republican Party, women
Empty saddle in Lyndon's corral: Democratic Party, Congress
End of a snow job: voting rights
Escalation: Vietnam War
First step: Middle East
Follow me, George Wallace, Lurleen Wallace, school desegregation
French technology: Charles De Gaulle, common market
Gee Whiz...another inheritance: Robert F. Kennedy, Robert F. Wagner
Gentlemen - this is our problem: Association of American Editorial Cartoonists, Lyndon B. Johnson, Mao Zedong
Great act, Shirley baby...Don't call us, we'll call you: Shirley Chissom, California, women, Vietnam War
Grounded: peace
Hang in there...I'm right behind you: Asia, Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Have matches, will travel: Ku Klux Klan
He's fine but his image needs fixing: National Guard
Hello you read me, Hanoi?: peace, U. Thant, Vietnam War
Help...we're being attacked by friendly forces: War on Poverty, politics
He's my prisoner!: sports, NCAA, Amateur Athletic Union
Hey, d'ja hear? – they busted up a draft dodging ring back home: draft, Vietnam War
Hi, Sweetheart...don't mind her...she's strictly my last resort:
Howdy stranger: foreign policy, Lyndon B. Johnson, domestic affairs
I gave you an extra 36 hours...what do you want, forever?: Lyndon B. Johnson, Ho Chi Minh
I got tired of conforming, that's why!: Vietnam War, demonstrations
I see another long detour in your future: Great Society, anti-missile systems, Lyndon B. Johnson
I think we've created a reasonably finished product: Congress, gun control
I was nourished better: Soviet Union, technology, freedom
If you don't use my ball, you don't play at all: Russell Long
I'm liberating: Sukarno, rubber plantations
I'm not doing business with any non-capitalist: trade, AFL-CIO, Lyndon Johnson
I'm not meetin' any outside agitators from the United States!: George Wallace, demonstrations, Alabama State Police
I'm sorry, Mr. President, Major White just stepped out: space exploration
In the meantime find me another revolution: Fidel Castro, Dominican Republic
An Institution: Charles De Gaulle as the Eiffel Tower
It's about time you shaped up!: draft
It's harmless: peace, Israel, Abdel Gamal Nasser, Habib Bourguiba
It says, calling this a war would cause complications: Vietnam War
Just keeping up with the times: Republican Party, Ronald Reagan, Barry Goldwater
Just remember...I'm an independent, deliberative body: Congress, Lyndon B. Johnson
Know of any head that will stick?: Organization of American States, Lyndon B. Johnson, Dominican Republic
LBJ is a hawk: Lyndon B. Johnson, crime
Let an expert show you how: Charles De Gaulle, Vietnam War, France
Let's not squabble. There's enough for both of us: famine, war, Pakistan, India
Look it's settled...we'll have a nice simple wedding like the President's: Lyndon B. Johnson, Luci Johnson (wedding of)
Look, steering wheel: Republican Party
Looks like another job for Superman: Lyndon B. Johnson, steel industry, strikes
May I give you a lift?: Republican Party, John Lindsay
Maybe we should at least think about drinking: Abdel Gamal Nasser, Hussein (of Jordan), Algeria, Syria, Israel
Maybe you can use this: Vietnam War, elections, Republican Party
Me, King Cong: Vietnam War, communism
Metamorphosis: Wayne Morse, Middle East
Mr. President...we must move with the utmost urgency!: Soviet Union, Israel
Monument: Germany, Konrad Adenauer
Motor's fine, but I'd add safety belts: stock market, Securities Exchange Commission
Move over!: Nelson Rockefeller, Lyndon B. Johnson, elections
Neutral: New York City, Lyndon B. Johnson
Nobody in here but us suckers: Clay Liston
No, no, no, Cassius...I am the greatest!: Muhammad Ali, Charles De Gaulle
No one is gonna accuse us of peace!: Mao Zedong, Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh
Not so fast!: auto industry, safety
Note, Senator, the lift and maneuverability of those frames: Congress
Nourishment: nuclear weapons, Mao Zedong
Now who's the greatest, Cassius?: Muhammad Ali, draft
Old Viet Namese trick: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
Open housing: race relations, Vietnam War
Peking artillery: Mao Zedong
Phew, now I can cough easier: smoking, Congress
Poor visibility: Charles De Gaulle, nuclear weapons, France
The Prophets: stock market, Lyndon B. Johnson, economy
Quick, somebody...the hose: riots
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Resume stiff upper lip: Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh, Mao Zedong
Right turn ahead: Nelson Rockefeller, elections
The rope is to keep her from falling: Greece, democracy
Same game, new ball: politics, poverty
Search me...I got enough just keeping up with our own corps: Maxwell Taylor, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
Sherman was right: War on Poverty
Sidewalks of New York: Robert F. Wagner, New York City, Republican Party, John Lindsay
Some splinter: Republican Party
Sorry about that, Adam baby: Adam Clayton Powell
Sorry, but you're strictly fourth class: United States Postal Service
...Spearfishing, what else?: Robert F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson
Spring planting: U. Thant, peace
Still unscored upon: civil rights murder trial
Sunken treasure?: Bobby Baker
Support: Vietnam War, China
Take your choice: Vietnam War, Republican Party
Target: immigration
Teddy says he's not supplying the prop: Hubert Humphrey
Tell me...tell me all about our Utopia!: Alexey Kosygin, China, Karl Marx, two, three, four...: voting rights, Congress
There must be a launching spot somewhere: Britain, peace, Vietnam War, Harold Wilson
There's dangerous talk of not releasing us: nuclear weapons, Soviet Union
There's not much question, I'll run, puff, puff: George Romney
This one's for Berkeley and this is for Oakland and this is for New York and this is for the Pentagon: protestors
Time marches back: Vietnam War, Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu, Ngo Dinh Diem
Tong war: Mao Zedong
Touchdown: space exploration
Tweet, tweet...BOOM, BOOM: Mike Mansfield, Everett Dirksen, voting rights, Lyndon B. Johnson
20 years old and still standing: United Nations
Us Americans don't need any firearms control: gun control
The vanishing American: metal currency
Waiting: Vietnam War
War on-poverty: Sargent Shriver, Congress
"We find results are better with this one: drug industry, consumers
We, Peking brand smokers, would rather fight than switch!: Ho Chi Minh
...We'll have a barrel of fun: Congress
We'll re-enter for a one million dollar, three-year contract: Don Drysdale, Sandy Koufax
We're here to give you some lessons: Republican Party, Democratic Party, schools
What do you say we pass a bill to go home?: laws
What's my line?: John Charles Daly, Charles De Gaulle, Vietnam War, riots, Fidel Castro, Middle East
Whoops: Chou En-lai, Afro-Asian conference
Would you believe: an incompetent bookkeeper?: Christopher Dodd
Yak-Yak attack: Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson
You understand it's nothing personal, Mr. Vice-president: Hubert Humphrey, Europe
You'll have to wait until November 18 for my decision: George Romney, elections
[American Medical Association dressed as a magician]: Medicare
[U.S. Pavilion at Expo '67 with man running away]
[Student Nonviolence Coordinating Committee person with large bat or club above head]
[Man in tattered clothing holds a "Great Society" cup]
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Hi Sweetheart…Don't mind her…She's strictly my last resort: George Wallace, American Independent Party, Democratic Party
How do we know it hasn't already leaked to the cowboys?: Richard Nixon, India, Pakistan
It's either Henry Kissinger disguised as Howard Hughes or Hughes dressed like Kissinger
The suspense is mounting in this Super Bowl, folks...when will coach Shula send in the President's play?: Vietnam War
[possible Tet offensive, increased troop withdrawal]: Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger, Vietnam War
What part of Northern Ireland are you liberating tonight…a school, department store or the local pub?: Irish Republican Army

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