Herblock: a cartoonist's life

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Macmillan Pub., 1993 - Art - 372 pages
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"[Title] tells of the remarkable career that has spanned the era from Roosevelt to Clinton. Herb Block opposed isolationism before World War II; warned of nuclear hazards in the '40s; opposed McCarthyism in the '50s and racism in the '50s and '60s; and zeroed in on Watergate in the '70s and Iran-contra and other Reagan-Bush scandals in the '80s...first-hand account of the life and times of the foremost American political cartoonist of this century. It includes autobiographical anecdotes written with humor, notes on personalities and strong opinions by 'The Washington Post's' widely syndicated cartoon commentator." -- Jacket.

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Gotta take my review with a grain of salt. I was raised in the shadow of the Capitol during the free-wheeling 60's. So I can relate. I really loved this book. Mr. Block tells lt like it is; holds ... Read full review

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Contents

Kid Stuff
1
Family Album
9
The Car
16
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Haynes Johnson is the author of "Divided We Fall: Gambling with History in the Nineties". He lives in Washington, DC.

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