Again, a political cartoonist has presented the woman suffrage movement as a positive force. How has this artist chosen to make his or her argument more forceful?
What in the cartoon suggests that the artist was trying to link woman suffrage with other beliefs and doctrines central to American life in the 1910s. The text of the cartoon includes "A Modern Woman's Task" and "Taxation Without Representation."
|What does this March 20, 1912 cartoon from Judge mean with its emphasis on "pure" democracy? Notice that the image presents two men and one woman voting; why do you think the artist chose to draw it that way? What do you suppose these people do for a living? Is this significant? On what do you base your assumptions? |