Political Cartoons

Political Cartoons

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  • Dr. Fields
  • In our first cartoon, we showed two people shouting and angry over the stamp act. In the image it shows an eagle which represent what should be the colonists freedom. The coins and pile of paper represent what the stamp act is in place for. The stamp act required that all legal documents have stamps on them which were payed for with silver coins. The crown above the shop was placed there to represent that, although the colonists are no long in Britain the throne still has almost complete control overt them.  In the second image we showed a British soilder standing next to an upside down version of the stamp act. he is saying"Don't you wish we  cared" as a way to show that parliament was very inconciderate of the colonists. 
  • Dont you wish we cared. 
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