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13 Cartoons That Rocked Art and Politics

Too Offensive?

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A Cartoon TabooCutting Down a BruteThe Conqueror's FoeDark, Stinky, Vulgar LondonCaricature From a MasterPointing FingersJolly DrawingWillie and Joe From 'Up Front'Iconic PresidentGonzo NixonToo Offensive?Few Female CartoonistsFist Bump Satire

Too Offensive?

David Levine depicts Henry Kissinger in a cartoon titled “Screwing the World," published in The Nation magazine in 1984.

“In something like thirty years at The Nation, first as the magazine’s editor, then as owner and publisher, only once did the staff march on my office with a petition demanding that we not publish something,” Navasky writes.