If you enjoy political cartoons and would like a bit of perspective on the current campaign, check out The Presidential Elections, 1860-1912, a web site that documents American presidential elections during these years. For each election, the site provides a brief overview of the major issues and events of the period and candidate biographies. These place in political and cultural context the political cartoons from contemporary journals and magazines such as Harper's Weekly and Vanity Fair, and from the Library of Congress Collection of American Political Prints, 1766-1876.
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