- Keeping up. // Crain's Detroit Business;7/19/93, Vol. 9 Issue 29, p27
Presents a cartoon about men's perfumes made by a former defense contractor. Bottles in the form of war weapons; Source.
- Looking across the border. // Scholastic Update;3/20/92, Vol. 124 Issue 13, p23
Features two political cartoons, one on the state of Communism in the world, and the other on the relationship between North Korea and South Korea. How cartoonists make comments with their drawings; Analyzing the two cartoons.
- POLITICAL CARTOON. // Junior Scholastic;5/10/2004, Vol. 106 Issue 18, p26
Focuses on a political cartoon, which is a parody of the Great Seal of the United States, adopted by America's founders in 1782, and presents questions related to it.
- Political cartoonists face a tough dilemma. Bush, Valerie Chow // Chinatown News;9/3/93, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p11
Focuses on political cartoonists' racist attitude based on offensive and negative portrayal of Asian Americans. Exaggeration of physical traits; Use of irony and satire; Spotlighting on unsavory topics; Outrage among Asian Americans; Similarity to drawings in anti-Japanese propaganda during...
- NOT JUST FOR LAUGHS. Wilmore, Kathy // Junior Scholastic;9/19/2011, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p20
The article discusses the history of political cartoons in the U.S.
- Talk shows. // Current Events;1/29/96, Vol. 95 Issue 16, p3
Describes a political cartoon on banning talk shows.
- POLITICAL CARTOON. // Junior Scholastic;11/28/2005, Vol. 108 Issue 8, p15
The article presents questions related to a political cartoon which comments on the events involving U.S. Supreme Court nominees.
- Lurie's world. // Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/3/94, Issue 40, p23
Presents three political cartoons. American invasion of Haiti; Bill Clinton and Boris Yeltsin; Jimmy Carter's peace missions.
- Larson irks Newark. // Editor & Publisher;1/15/94, Vol. 127 Issue 3, p44
Reports on the complaints lodged by the people of Newark, New Jersey headed by its mayor, Sharpe James on the way Newark was portrayed in the January 3, 1994 issue of the `Far Side' newspaper's comic section. Surprise expressed by Universal vice president and editorial director Lee Salem.