Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year
Pelican Publishing, May 1, 1983 - Humor - 164 pages
What do the Regan administration, the U.S. Budget, National Defense, the Soviet Pipeline, and the Pro-Football Strike all have in common? They're all subjects that were up for grabs in 1982 for the nation's leading editorial cartoonists. Started in 1972, the series has been widely acclaimed as a concise yet far-ranging pictorial history of each year's events. As Publishers Weekly said, it's "a great way to get the gut feeling of a year's history." The 1983 edition continues the standard of excellence established in previous editions. More than 350 editorial cartoons reflect the best work of 140 cartoonists who focused their sights on the Middle East, Poland, Latin American, Great Britain, Pope John Paul II, the economy, and an array of other issues that made the headlines in 1982. ABOUT THE EDITOR Charles Brooks is past president of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists and for 38 years was a cartoonist for the Birmingham News. He has been the recipient of 13 Freedom Foundation Awards, a national VFW Award, two Vigilante Patriot Awards, and a Sigma Delta Chi Award for editorial cartooning.
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Review: Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year: 2010 EditionUser Review - Frank Taranto - Goodreads
Enjoyable and amusing and scary. The truth may set you free, but is isn't always good. Read full review
Review: Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year: 2011 EditionUser Review - Goodreads
Politics and politicians being shown for what they really are. Amusing and scary at the same time.
The Reagan Administration
Law and the Courts
The Soviet Union
Pro Football Strike
Pope John Paul II