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Thomas Nast - Wikipedia

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Thomas Nast (September 27, 1840 – December 7, 1902) was a German-born American .... He used Irish people as a symbol of mob violence, machine politics, and the exploitation of immigrants by po...

Famous cartoonist made donkey and elephant the symbols of ...

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Jan 27, 2012 ... Thomas Nast's cartoon shows a donkey in a lion's skin scaring an elephant ... Why is the elephant the symbol of the Republican Party and a ...

Thomas Nast

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Following his death in 1902, Thomas Nast's obituary in Harper's Weekly stated, ... He devised the Tammany tiger; popularized the donkey as the symbol for the ...

Symbolism | Illustrating Chinese Exclusion

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Feb 12, 2014 ... Nast used symbols extensively in his artistic commentary. Donald Dewey ... No one used symbols more effectively than Thomas Nast. Indeed ...

Political Animals: Republican Elephants and Democratic Donkeys ...

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Oct 23, 2012 ... And Thomas Nast was a master of the medium, although one who, ... led Nast to create the familiar political symbols that have lasted longer ...

The Third-Term Panic - HarpWeek

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In this cartoon, artist Thomas Nast reacts to a series of editorials in the New ... on other political cartoonists or the public as a symbol for the Republican Party.

Cartoonists' symbols illustrate issues and scandals | Pittsburgh Post ...

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Mar 18, 2008 ... Thomas Nast's Tammany Tiger from Harper's Weekly, dated Nov. 11, 1871. By Marylynne Pitz Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Symbols are some of ...

On This Day: November 7, 1874 - The New York Times

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n this cartoon, artist Thomas Nast reacts to a series of editorials in the New ... on other political cartoonists or the public as a symbol for the Republican Party.

Thomas Nast | American political caricaturist | Britannica.com

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Mar 25, 2010 ... "This Is a White Man's Government," cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1868. ... Nast also originated the symbols for the two major United States political ...

Election 101:How did the Republican and Democratic parties get ...

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Jul 7, 2015 ... In the 1870s, influential political cartoonist Thomas Nast helped popularize the donkey as a symbol for the entire Democratic Party.