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  • 15 - 14 - 13 - The Great Presidential Puzzle

  • 4 Years More of Me and Mac

  • A Contested Seat

  • A Doubtful Outlook

  • A Hard Road to Hoe or the White House Turnpike Macademized by the North Benders

  • A Hydra That Must Be Crushed And The Sooner The Better

  • A Leaky Umbrella

  • A Local Question

  • A Man of Mark

  • A Man of Mark

  • A Mighty Risky Experiement

  • A Nice Family Party

  • A Peep into the Anti-Federalist Club

  • A Political Game of Brag

  • A Popular Verdict

  • A Republican Ballad

  • A Serviceable Garment, or Reverue of a Bachelor

  • A Too Continuous Performance

  • A Truce - Not a compromise…

  • A War President

  • About Run Down

  • Aging Heads

  • All Hail

  • All My Own (Bull Moose Party)

  • America First

  • An Available Candidate, The One Qualification of a Whig President

  • An Awkward Moment For Mother

  • And How would You Describe Your Domestic Policy, Sen. Goldwater?

  • And to the Left!

  • Another Explosion at Hand

  • Anti-Jefferson caricature

  • Anything For Revenge

  • Anything Rubbing Off?

  • April Fools

  • B-But How Dead Are They

  • Balked

  • Baltimore Bakery

  • Barry with the Ten Commandments

  • Big Stick' endangering the 'Full Dinner Pail'

  • Bitter Pill

  • Boss Farley is shy on Ammunition

  • Both Sides of the Question

  • Broadside concerning the New York State financial accounts of James Monroe's running mate, Daniel D. Tompkins

  • Buck Up, You're A Noble Fellow

  • Can I Count on Your Support - Four More Years?

  • Can We Get Rid of Whatsisname Before He Becomes a Household Word?

  • Choosing a Chauffer

  • Clasping Hands Over the Bloodless (Sar)-C(h)asm

  • Cleansing the Augean Stables

  • Columbia

  • Comment on the Fourth Term Surprise

  • Cox raising League of Nations flag

  • Design For An Historical Tablet

  • Dewey in the Election Ring

  • Dividing the National Map

  • Don Quixote Bryan Meets Disaster In His Fight Against Judge's Full Dinner Pail

  • Donkey and Elephant Duelling

  • Doonesbury, 10-24-1972

  • Doonesbury, 11-1-1972

  • Down With The Bosses

  • Elitism in Politics

  • Enforcement Plank

  • Expring: In Hopes Of Resurrection To Life Again

  • For President

  • Forbidding the Bans

  • Fording Salt River

  • Fuss and Feathers, or a Bad Egg

  • General Jackson Slaying the Many-Headed Monster

  • General Weaver's War Record

  • Get Thee Behind Me, (Mrs.) Satan

  • Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor…

  • Glad to See they're Finally Coming to Grips

  • Good Course to Steer By

  • Grand Match Between the Kinderhook Poney and the Ohio Plowman

  • Granny Harrison Delivering the Country of the Executive Federalist

  • Greeley in a Forgiving Mood

  • Halt the Erosion of Moral Fiber in American Live and the Denial of Individual Accountability for Individual Action - President Nixon

  • Hancock as Samson facing Republican Hoardes

  • Hang Around till Next Fall…We're Planning a Big, Texas-Style Barbecue

  • Having a Bully Time

  • He's Good Enough For Me

  • He's Good Enough For Me' Parody

  • His New Masters

  • Hitting the Bull's Eye (Part 1)

  • Hitting the Bull's Eye (Part 2)

  • Honest Abe, It's Better This Way

  • How Can You Electioneer This close to the Polling Booth?

  • How Happy I Could Be With Either If They Let Me Run Things

  • Hubert Humphrey Heads

  • I Knew Him Horatio, A Fellow of Infinite Jest…

  • I Understand

  • I Want My Papa

  • I will Never Divide America

  • I'll See You In Novemeber

  • If I Didn't See It with my Own Eyes, I Wouldn't Believe It

  • Ike Walton

  • Inspecting the Democratic Curiousity Shop

  • Is He Leaning on It or Holding it Up?

  • Is This 'The True American Policy'?

  • It Is Only A Truce To Regain Power