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Knotty Problem of Capital Hill

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Dimensions: 15.25” x 18.75” 

Medium: Serigraph on paper

Edition Size:  850

Availability:  Available

Year of Release:  2008

Adapted posthumously from the July 22, 1942 cartoon published in PM magazine.

Between 1941 and 1943, at the height of World War II, Ted Geisel delivered over 400 hard-hitting editorial cartoons addressing prominent sociopolitical issues of the day, including isolationism, racism, and anti-Semitism. “More of a humanist than an ideologue—one of those Groucho rather than Karl Marxists—Dr. Seuss made these drawings with the fire of honest indignation and anger that fuels all real political art. If they have a flaw, it’s an absolutely endearing one: they’re funny.” Art Spiegelman—Introduction to Dr. Seuss Goes to War