October 1997
National Review;10/27/1997, Vol. 49 Issue 20, p48
The article presents political cartoons and satire related to current events in the U.S. It includes cartoons depicting U.S. Vice President Al Gore on the issue of global warming, judiciary system in the U.S. and other related issues.


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