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The day after. Licked, and the world laughs at you

The day after. Licked, and the world laughs at you


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The day after. Licked, and the world laughs at you

The day after. Licked, and the world laughs at you!. Illustration shows a human figure with a large globe for a head looking at a campaign poster labeled Vote For William Jenkins the Peoples Choice showing a bust portrait of Jenkins that has been pasted on a wooden fence; below the poster is a diminutive William Jenkins, scowling, holding a newspaper with the headline Election Extra - Jenkins Loses, as he walks away to the right. Date 1913 November 5. The day after. Licked, and the world laughs at you!. Illustration shows a human figure with a large globe for a head looking at a campaign poster labeled Vote For William Jenkins the Peoples Choice showing a bust portrait of Jenkins that has been pasted on a wooden fence; below the poster is a diminutive William Jenkins, scowling, holding a newspaper with the headline Election Extra - Jenkins Loses, as he walks away to the right. Date 1913 November 5

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The Day After - Licked, and the World Laughs at You!

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- A poignant and satirical illustration from the early 20th century that encapsulates the bitter taste of defeat in an election campaign. The image, dated November 5, 1913, depicts a dejected human figure with a large globe for a head, symbolizing the world, gazing at a campaign poster bearing the label "Vote For William Jenkins, the People's Choice." The poster features a proud bust portrait of Jenkins, but below it, a diminutive and disgruntled Jenkins himself is shown, scowling and holding a newspaper with the headline "Election Extra - Jenkins Loses." The cartoon, reminiscent of the iconic style of Puck magazine, captures the essence of the human condition in the face of disappointment and failure. The world, personified as a large, all-knowing globe, seems to mock Jenkins with a smirk as he turns his back and walks away, leaving the shattered remnants of his campaign behind. The illustration serves as a poignant reminder that even the most promising campaigns can end in defeat, and that the world, in its infinite wisdom, may not always share our own perspective or desires. This powerful and evocative image, with its timeless themes of ambition, disappointment, and the passage of time, offers a fascinating glimpse into the political and social climate of the early 20th century, and continues to resonate with audiences today.

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