It’s Election Day in the United States. This is a poignant time to reflect on what hasn’t changed in American politics, and what still has to. This is the counterpart to the partner feature on anti-women’s suffrage cartoons, a genre whose ugly overtones have resurfaced in the current election cycle.
Here are some historic cartoons used to promote women’s suffrage in the late-19th and early-20th centuries:
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