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World War Ii: Cartoon, 1938

WORLD WAR II: CARTOON, 1938.
Laocoon, 1938. Cartoon by Clifford Berryman depicting the political struggle regarding Americas involvement in World War II, with Herbert Hoover on the left urging the U.S. to intervene and help, and with Franklin D. Roosevelt on the other urging to stay neutral

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1938 Berryman Clifford Delano Franklin Herbert Hoover Personification Political Roosevelt Serpent Uncle Sam World War Ii Laocoon


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The print titled "World War II: Cartoon, 1938" captures a powerful political struggle that unfolded during America's involvement in the war. Created by Clifford Berryman, this cartoon depicts two prominent figures of the time, Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt, each advocating for different approaches to the conflict. On the left side of the image stands Herbert Hoover, urging the United States to intervene and provide assistance. His stance reflects his belief in America's duty to help those affected by World War II. On the other side stands Franklin D. Roosevelt, who is depicted as urging neutrality and caution in getting involved in foreign conflicts. The cartoon cleverly personifies these political leaders as they grapple with their differing perspectives on America's role in global affairs. It symbolizes a pivotal moment when decisions made could shape history. Intriguingly named "Laocoon" after an ancient Greek mythological figure who struggled against serpents, this artwork suggests that both men are engaged in a fierce battle of ideas and ideologies regarding interventionism versus isolationism. This print from The Granger Collection offers us a glimpse into this critical period of American history when world events were unfolding rapidly and shaping future generations' destinies.

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