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    Here are a few examples of some student's political cartoons from the Progressive Era. 
     
     
    Student's Political Cartoons
     
     
     
    Here is a cartoon showing President Theodore Roosevelt using the Sherman Anti-trust Act to break up monopolies.
     This political cartoon is showing how big business was more powerful than the government during the late 1800's.
       
     Another political cartoon showing the power of the Sherman Anti-trust Act to "cut" up trusts and monopolies. 
     This is a very good political cartoon showing the abuses of child labor by big business.
     
     
     Here is a political cartoon showing Standard Oil and John D. Rockefeller shaking down ordinary people.
     In this political cartoon, big business is pictured as a postal worker delivering bribes to all three branches of government.  
       
     In this political cartoon, Uncle Sam is playing poker with John D. Rockefeller, who is offering a bribe.
     This political cartoon is showing the unsanitary conditions of the meat packing plants, which were exposed in Upton Sinclair's book, The Jungle.
     
     
     Here is President Theodore Roosevelt, who was nicknamed, "Trustbuster" drawn instead as a "Ghost buster."
     Another cartoon showing the Sherman Anti-trust Act used to break up monopolies and trusts.
       
     Here is a political cartoon with President Roosevelt using a breaking ball, (the Sherman Anti-trust Act) to break up monopolies and trusts. 
     Here is a cartoon showing President Theodore Roosevelt using the Sherman Anti-trust Act to break up monopolies.