The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Collection

Italy has but one dictator, while we have two

In this cartoon by Carey Orr, one image shows Mussolini with the label, "Italy's dictator." Another image labeled "America's dictators," shows an American citizen standing between "Dictator Edward Bok" on a throne, pointing at "money for propaganda," while looking at a "World Court senator" who is holding a ball and chain, "World Court." On the other side of the citizen is "Prohibition dictator--Wayne B. Wheeler" on a throne, accompanied by "dry sleuths."



18.4 x 15.8 cm

Tribune Company

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