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    • Republican Era Scandals1. What interesting detailsdo you see in the cartoon?2. What is happening to thecongressional building andthe WashingtonMonument?3. What event might thiscartoon depict?4. What might go in themissing portion of thecartoon?
    • Calvin Coolidge’s Chorus 1. What interesting details do you see in the cartoon? 2. Who might the men in the cartoon represent? 3. Why might these men support Coolidge? 4. What might go in the missing portion of the cartoon?
    • The U.S.S. Prosperity 1. What interesting details do you see in the cartoon? 2. Who might the passengers on the ship represent? 3. Do the passengers seem pleased about the direction the ship is heading? How can you tell? 4. What might the captain be saying about the direction in which the ship is going?
    • The League of Nations 1. What interesting details do you see in the cartoon? 2. The man on the right is Senator Hiram Johnson. What is Johnson’s opinion on the League of Nations? How can you tell? 3. What is the cartoonist suggesting about Harding’s position on the League of Nations? 4. What might fit into the missing portion of the cartoon?
    • The Tiger of Militarism 1. What interesting details do you see in the cartoon? 2. Who or what do you think the tiger represents? 3. Who or what do you think the woman represents? 4. What might go in the missing portion of the cartoon?
    • Kellogg-Briand Pact 1. What interesting details do you see in the cartoon? 2. What does the plaque over the fireplace commemorate? 3. In the caption, the cartoonist suggests that the Kellogg- Briand Pact is an insurance policy against war. What might he mean that the United States needs “fire prevention”? 4. What might go in the missing portion of the cartoon?