Imperialism Political Cartoons .pdf - Name Period Primary Sources Political Cartoons Imperialism Anti-Imperialism A Lesson for Anti-Expansionists

Imperialism Political Cartoons .pdf - Name Period Primary...

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“A Lesson for Anti-Expansionists” Showing how Uncle Sam had been an expansionist first, last, and all the time Victor Gillam, Judge, 1899. 1. Who is the man in this cartoon? (portrayed in various stages of life as a baby, boy, teenager, young adult, adult, and elderly man) 2.What is the message of this cartoon? What is the cartoonist saying about the United States? 3.What has been the result of the U.S. growing throughout the years? 4. Based upon the message of this cartoonist, is this cartoonist in favor or opposed to U.S. imperialism? Explain how you arrived at this conclusion. Name: __________________________________________________________________ Period: _________ Primary Sources - Political Cartoons Imperialism & Anti-Imperialism
“Well, I hardy know which to take first!” Boston Globe, May 28, 1898. 1.Who is the man sitting at the table & what’s on his bill of fare (menu)? 2.Who is the man waiting on the seated man (check the napkin on his arm for a clue)? What does this say about this man’s policies? 3.What is the message of this cartoon? What is the cartoonist saying about the United States? 4. Based upon the message of this cartoonist, is this cartoonist in favor or opposed to U.S. imperialism? Explain how you arrived at this conclusion. Name: __________________________________________________________________ Period: _________ Primary Sources - Political Cartoons Imperialism & Anti-Imperialism
“Declined with Thanks” The A NTIS : Here take a dose of this un-fat and get thin again! U NCLE S AM : No, Sonny! I never did take any of that stuff, and I’m too old to begin! J. S. Pughe, Puck, September 5, 1900.

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