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PolitcalCartoonsCh6section5 - Jackson's campaign to remove...

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Analyzing and Creating Political Cartoons An editorial cartoon , also known as a political cartoon , is an illustration or comic strip containing a political or social message, that usually relates to current events or personalities. Satire - A literary technique of writing or art which principally ridicules its subject often as an intended means of provoking or preventing change . Humor is often used to aid this.
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"Let Every One Take Care of Himself -- As the jack ass said when he was dancing among the chickens." This political cartoon satirizes Andrew
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Unformatted text preview: Jackson's campaign to remove federal funds from the corrupt Second Bank of the United States and redistribute them in the state banks. Jackson is shown as a jackass dancing among the chicks (the state banks) in a barnyard. Vice President Martin Van Buren is shown as a fox, sneaking up on a chicken that is labeled the U.S. Bank. The baying dogs in the corner represent the newspapers sympathetic to Jackson's plan. Election of 1824 Mother Bank is Ill...
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