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Enduring Outrage

presents more than 30 cartoons by Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist Herb Block. Published between 1940-1994, the cartoons focus on pollution, government ethics, and other themes that continue to resonate in American society today. (Library of Congress)

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Interesting Fact:

In the early 1960s civil rights movement, Freedom Riders endured violent attacks as they rode through the South seeking integration of the bus, rail, and airport terminals. In this cartoon, Herb Block used three armed thugs to criticize the mob that attacked the Freedom Riders in Montgomery, Alabama, on May 21, 1961.
Published in 'The Washington Post,' May 6, 1986.  Ink, graphite, and opaque white with paste-on over blue pencil underdrawing accompanied by graphite sketch.  Herbert L. Block Collection.  Prints an

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