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61. Biting the hand that feeds him Biting the hand that feeds him Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Food; Bites & stings; Baskets; Man biting hand, with piece of food on it, of man portrayed as farmer. Between them on ground is a basket of food.

62. Rock of Ages Rock of Ages Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Democracy; Seas; Rock art; Woman, labeled 'Democracy,' among waves in rough sea holding on to figure labeled 'The Farmer.' Foam of the waves includes titles: Junkerism, Old gangism, Militarism, Stand-patism, Reactionism, Bourbonism,...

63. Tearing him away from his graft Tearing him away from his graft Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Swine; Cows; Politicians; Man, labeled 'League Farmer,' pulling a pig, 'Professional politician,' from sucking tit on udder of cow, labeled 'Pulbic office.'

64. These fine old gang ruins for sale These fine old gang ruins for sale Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Business people; Ruins; Politicians; Political parties; Sad politican seated on stump saying 'Gee, but it's lonesome here,' outside building in ruins with sign across entrance 'Closed', and sign in front 'These Fine Old Gang Ruins for Sale.' 'Old Line Party...

65. What are you going to do about it? What are you going to do about it? Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Business people; Constitutions; Legislation; Question marks; Man, portrayed as Big Biz, holding rope representing the North Dakota Senate that has House Bill 44 (The New Constitution) tied to a post. Large question mark above bill.

66. What are you going to do about it? What are you going to do about it? Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Business people; Constitutions; Legislation; Question marks; Man, portrayed as Big Biz, holding rope representing the North Dakota Senate that has House Bill 44 (The New Constitution) tied to a post. Large question mark above bill.

67. Don't become discouraged - there is one bright spot where the people rule and we have real democracy Don't become discouraged - there is one bright spot where the people rule and we have real democracy in America - your day is coming! Political cartoons; Maps; Democracy; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Woman, portrayed as ‘democracy,’ pointing to a shining North Dakota on a map of the United States, with her other hand on man’s shoulder (Uncle Sam) portrayed as ‘other states.’

68. Don't become discouraged, there is one bright spot where the people rule and we have real democracy Don’t become discouraged, there is one bright spot where the people rule and we have real democracy in America, your day is coming! Political cartoons; Maps; Democracy; Periodical illustrations; Magazine covers; Woman, portrayed as ‘democracy,’ pointing to a shining North Dakota on a map of the United States, with her other hand on man’s shoulder (Uncle Sam) portrayed as ‘other states.’

69. Christmas, Santa Claus, stockings and some other things Christmas, Santa Claus, stockings and some other things Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Christmas stockings; Christmas presents; Farmers; Chimneys; Beds; Sleeping; Crying; Series of cartoons under the theme of Christmas with images of Santa Claus, Nonpartisan League, North Dakota Farmer, Old Gang politician, Big Biz and North Dakota Legislature.

70. Definitions of bolshevism with appolgies to our constitutional rights Definitions of bolshevism with appolgies to our constitutional rights Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Communism; Six men, in separate cartoons, after speaking, are accused of being bolsheviks which is spelled in various ways. Panel 1: "I do not agree with you, the majority should rule!" Reply: "You're a Bolshevik!"...

71. Getting Ready To Carry The State Getting Ready To Carry The State Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroads; Voting; Political elections; Chambers of commerce; Seven men gathered around table with Alexander McKenzie on one side with text bubble "Well, boys, how many votes can you deliver?". Men on other side of table with labels and text bubbles: Contractor -...

72. It's almost ripe enough to fall It's almost ripe enough to fall Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Apples; Hats; Farmers; Victory celebrations; Ripe apple, labeled 'Victory,' hanging from branch of tree with hat on ground below it, labeled 'N.D. Farmer.'

73. Livestock show, some impressions of big event in Chicago Livestock show, some impressions of big event in Chicago Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Cows; Beef cattle; Politicians; Moon; Consumers; Series of humorous cartoons related to cows and beef cattle, using political comparisons. Characters portrayed include consumer, middle-man, old gang politician.

74. New Wine in Old Bottles New Wine in Old Bottles Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Politicians; Lawyers; Farmers; Pails; Cobwebs; Man holding bucket labeled 'Nonpartisan League Principles', pouring 'principles' into jars labeled 'Old Gang Politician' and 'Crooked Corporation Lawyer.' The jars have cobwebs around them. The text bubble...

75. Robbing the cradle of the meat industry Robbing the cradle of the meat industry Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Cattle; Cradles; Meat industry; Knives; Man, labeled 'Meat Trust', with meat knife in one hand and yearling calf in another walking away from craddle labeled 'The Cattle Industry.' Beside craddle is a spilled bottle labeled 'No Feed.'

76. Signs of Spring Signs of Spring Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Spring; Police; Politicians; Farmers; Mailboxes; Parks; Horses; Hugging; Series of cartoons with a theme of spring as well as the National Nonpartisan League and politics. Includes man reading envelope by mailbox; man brushing horse; 'Old Gang' policement warning young man...

77. Stop! Stop! Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroad companies; Farmers; Bags; Government officials; Food supply; Man symbolizing the North Dakota farmer with heavy load of sacks on his back labeled 'Wheat,' 'Corn,' 'Wool,' 'Hides,' 'Farm products,' and a head of cattle, with label on rope holding them together 'World's...

78. Tug of War -- One of the Most Popular Games of the Northwest at the Present Time Tug of War -- One of the Most Popular Games of the Northwest at the Present Time Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Wheat; Railroad companies; Bankers; Chambers of commerce; Grain industry; Lawyers; Ropes; Families; Children; Scales; A 'Scale of Prices' with farm family on one side attempting to raise the price of 'Wheat' by pulling wheat bundle bound by rope, while on other side three men labeled 'Banker' & text bubble "Wish I could...

79. What! Eggs 50 cents each? Fetch me a half dozen 'over'. My, but these farmers are getting rich! What! Eggs 50 cents each? Fetch me a half dozen 'over'. My, but these farmers are getting rich! Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroad dining cars; Eating & drinking; Waiters; Farmers; Food prices; Food industry; Man seated a dining table in railroad dining car holding wine list speaking to waiter. Outside window of car is a farmer plowing in field. The farmer is saying 'I'd like to eat on one of them diners once!'...

80. Why Farmers Don't Get Rich Why Farmers Don't Get Rich Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroad companies; Bankers; Business people; Farmers; Five renditions of over-weight man, each with different labels: 'Usurious Banker,' 'Anti-farmer Legislator,' 'Grain Speculator,' 'Railroad Baron,' and 'Unnecessary Middleman.
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