Editorial Cartoon Awards 1922-1997

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Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 375 pages
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Seit 1917 wird der Pulitzer-Preis jährlich von der School of Journalism an der New Yorker Columbia Universität vergeben. Mittlerweile existieren Preise in 21 Kategorien aus den Bereichen Journalismus, Literatur und Musik. The Pulitzer Price Archive stellt die Geschichte dieser Auszeichnung von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart vor: Die Abteilungen A bis E dokumentieren und kommentieren, chronologisch geordnet, die Preisverleihungen. Abteilung F erschließt die Geschichte der Preise bio- und bibliographisch. Abteilung G liefert die Hintergründe zu den Entscheidungen.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
xxi
PRESENTATION PRACTICES OF AWARDWINNING CARTOONS
1
REMARKS ABOUT THE DOCUMENTATION CRITERIA
2
ABOUT PROBLEMS WITHIN THE SOVIET UNION IN 1921
3
WELL YOU MAY KEEP PART OF YOUR FOOD IVAN
4
ASSISTING THE SICK MAN
5
ON THE ROAD TO MOSCOW
6
ABOUT THE DECISION TO WITHHOLD THE PRIZE FOR WORK DONE IN 1922
7
GOOD MORNING COMRADES
150
ABOUT THE DECISION TO WITHHOLD THE PRIZE FOR WORK DONE IN 1959
151
NAMES OF THE BOARD MEMBERS VOTING FOR NO AWARD
152
ABOUT KHRUSHCHEVS ROLE IN WORLD POLITICS IN 1960
153
A WARNING FROM THE JUNGLE
154
HIT BACK HIT BACK YOU CANT WIN COVERING UP
155
THE KINDLY TIGER
156
ABOUT INTENTIONS OF SOCIALIST COUNTRIES IN 1961
157

NAMES OF THE BOARD MEMBERS VOTING FOR NO AWARD
8
ABOUT AMERICAN PEOPLE AND INSTITUTIONS IN 1923
9
IN GOOD OLD USA
10
WHY IS THE MACHINERY OF GOVERNMENT LIKE ANY OTHER KIND OF MACHINERY?
11
AND WE TALK ABOUT STABILIZING THE FARM INDUSTRY BY LEGISLATION
12
ABOUT PEACE HOPES AND WAR FEARS IN 1924
13
NEWS FROM THE OUTSIDE WORLD
14
A COUPLE OF QUESTIONS
15
BRINGING A LITTLE LIGHT INTO IT
16
ABOUT LAW AND ORDER VALUES IN 1925
17
THE LAWS OF MOSES AND THE LAWS OF TODAY
18
THE VOLSTEAD TRAIL
19
MAKING HER RIDICULOUS
20
ABOUT CONFLICTS AND PROBLEM SOLVING IN 1926
21
TOPPLING THE IDOL
22
TOPHEAVY STRUCTURES REQUIRE BRACING
23
HIS OWN DUST
24
ABOUT PEACE KEEPING WITH LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES IN 1927
25
MAY HIS SHADOW NEVER GROW LESS
26
A NEW BOUNDARY MARK
27
A BIRD OF PEACE
28
ABOUT ASPECTS OF THE GRAND OLD PARTY IN 1928
29
TAMMANY
30
SEE THE PRETTY BANNER
31
WELL RUN THIS CAMPAIGN
32
ABOUT WAR DEPTS AND REPARATIONS IN 1929
33
PAYING FOR A DEAD HORSE
34
WILL THE PEACE DOVE RETURN?
35
LIGHTING THE WORLD
36
ABOUT RUSSIAS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ITEMS IN 1930
37
AN OLD STRUGGLE STILL GOING ON
38
CANT GET A FIRM GRIP
39
MOVE OVER
40
ABOUT DEPRESSION AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN 1931
41
A WISE ECONOMIST ASKS A QUESTION
42
THE DANGEROUS SHORTCUT
43
THE DREAM OF LABOR
44
ABOUT JAPANS QUARRELS AND AGGRESSIONS IN 1932
45
THE LIGHT OF ASIA
46
HARA KIRI
47
FANNING THE FLAME
48
ABOUT AMERICAN LYNCHING PRACTICES IN 1933
49
OVER THE DOME AT ANNAPOLIS
50
CALIFORNIA POINTS WITH PRIDE
51
A REMINDER
52
ABOUT STRIKES AND LABOR ACTIVITIES IN 1934
53
WHY MUST IT REACH THIS POINT?
54
WE COVER THE WATERFRONT
55
SURE ILL WORK FOR BOTH SIDES
56
ABOUT THE DECISION TO WITHHOLD THE PRIZE FOR WORK DONE IN 1935
57
NAMES OF THE BOARD MEMBERS VOTING FOR NO AWARD
58
ABOUT DANGEROUS EUROPEAN CONDITIONS IN 1936
59
COME ON IN ILL TREAT YOU RIGHT I USED TO KNOW YOUR DADDY
60
EUROPES EYE VIEW OF HER FUTURE
61
A FAMOUS CAT BEGINS TO WORRY OVER ITS REMAINING LIVES
62
ABOUT ARISING OF WORLDWIDE CONFLICTS IN 1937
63
WHEN THE LAST ETHIOPIAN IS DEAD
64
WHEEEEEEEEEEEBANGEXCUSE IT PLEASE
65
THE ROAD BACK?
66
ABOUT GERMANYS STRATEGIES OF OCCUPATION IN 1938
67
THE NEXT BITE
68
THE STAKES ARE HIGH
69
NOMINATION FOR 1938
70
ABOUT BREAKING OUT OF WORLD WAR II IN 1939
71
THE OUTSTRETCHED HAND
72
THE BOY AT THE DIKE
73
THE WILD WAVES ARENT SAYING NICE THINGS
74
ABOUT GERMANYS BOMBING OF GREAT BRITAIN IN 1940
75
IF I SHOULD DIE BEFORE I WAKE
76
CLOUDY CONTINUED SHOWERS
77
ALL IS CALM
78
ABOUT WAR AND ITS ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES IN 1941
79
BRITISH PLANE
80
LOSSES
81
LABOR DAY PARADE 1941
82
ABOUT WARTIME COMMUNICATIONS IN 1942
83
NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD
84
WHAT A PLACE FOR A WASTE PAPER SALVAGE CAMPAIGN
85
THE MOST EXCITING READING OF ALL TIME
86
ABOUT CONDITIONS OF FIGHTING NATIONS IN 1943
87
POST WAR FOOD PLANS
88
BUT WHERE IS THE BOAT GOING?
89
THANKSGIVING FEAST IN BERLIN 1943
90
ABOUT AMERICAN INFANTRY TROOPS IN EUROPE IN 1944
91
COLONEL CAPTURED BY GERMANS
92
FRESH SPIRITED AMERICAN TROOPS
93
YA DONT GIT COMBAT PAY
94
ABOUT SUPER POWERS AFTER THE WAR IN 1945
95
HITLERS LEGACY
96
TIME FOR ATOMIC STATESMANSHIP
97
TIME TO BRIDGE THAT GULCH
98
ABOUT LIVING COSTS AND STARVATION IN 1946
99
OUT OF SIGHT OUT OF MIND
100
MEMORIAL
101
STILL RACING HIS SHADOW
102
ABOUT FEARS OF ANOTHER WORLD WAR IN 1947
103
PEACE TODAY
104
COUNTING BEARS
105
PRAYER FOR TODAY
106
ABOUT INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL US PROBLEMS IN 1948
107
WHO ME?
108
AUGUST IN BERLIN
109
A LOT OF FACES WILL BE RED PROPHET TRUMAN
110
ABOUT TRUMANS ADMINISTRATION AND THE PUBLIC IN 1949
111
THERE ARE ENTIRELY TOO MANY HEADLINE HUNTERS
112
ECONOMIC REPORT TO THE NATION
113
ALL SET FOR A SUPERSECRET SESSION IN WASHINGTON
114
ABOUT EARLY PHASES OF THE KOREAN WAR IN 1950
115
SHIPS THAT PASS
116
HATS
117
WE LOVE THE RED CHINESE WE LOVE THEM NOT
118
ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMAN AND THE DOLLAR VALUE IN 1951
119
OUR GLORIOUS DEAD
120
I WAS A HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP
121
YOUR EDITORS OUGHT TO HAVE MORE SENSE
122
ABOUT CONSEQUENCES OF THE KOREAN WAR IN 1952
123
WHITE CROSSES MOUNT WHILE PEACE TALKS DWINDLE
124
CROSSES
125
AFTERMATH
126
ABOUT STALINS DEATH AND HIS FOLLOWER IN 1953
127
YOU WERE ALWAYS A GREAT FRIEND OF MINE JOSEPH
128
ERA OF THE MECHANICAL MAN
129
ANY OTHER IMPORTANT FUNERALS COMING UP?
130
ABOUT EASTASIAN ZONES OF CRISIS IN 1954
131
HOW WOULD ANOTHER MISTAKE HELP?
132
SLOGAN PAINTERS TROUBLES
133
IT STOPPED THE RED RASH IN EUROPE DOCTOR
134
ABOUT DEFICITS DURING PROSPERITY TIMES IN 1955
135
ACHILLES
136
CONSTRUCTION BOOM
137
SOME ARE STRANDED ON THE LEDGES
138
ABOUT HEALTH QUESTIONS AND LIFE RISKS IN 1956
139
WONDER WHY MY PARENTS DIDNT GIVE ME SALK SHOTS?
140
EVERY TIME I START TO DOZE OFF HE DROPS EM
141
THINK YOULL MAKE IT?
142
ABOUT SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONDITIONS IN 1957
143
THE THINKER
144
LITTLE ROCK
145
VOX POP
146
ABOUT ACTIVITIES OF THE SOVIET UNION IN 1958
147
I WON THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR LITERATURE WHAT WAS YOUR CRIME?
148
DONT PUSH YOUR LUCK MISTER
149
BY GOVERNMENT DECREE EVERY MEMBER OF THE COMMUNE IS ENTITLED TO A PRIVATE LOT
158
I WOULD HAVE PREFERRED IT WELLDONE
159
WHAT YOU NEED MAN IS A REVOLUTION LIKE MINE
160
ABOUT NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND WORLD POLITICS IN 1962
161
I SAID WE SURE SETTLED THAT DISPUTE DIDNT WE
162
A NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK IS EASY
163
A WALL
164
ABOUT ATTITUDES AND HOPES TOWARD INTEGRATION IN 1963
165
STAND BACK EVERYBODY HES GOT A BOMB
166
NO CHEEKS LEFT TO TURN
167
PROFILE IN COURAGE
168
ABOUT THE DECISION TO WITHHOLD THE PRIZE FOR WORK DONE IN 1964
169
NAMES OF THE BOARD MEMBERS VOTING FOR NO AWARD
170
ABOUT CONFLICT PHANTASIES AND REALITIES IN 1965
171
YOU MEAN YOU WERE BLUFFING?
172
ANYBODY SEE A PLACE TO GET OFF?
173
HOW THE WAR WENT TODAY
174
ABOUT SOUTHEAST ASIAN TROUBLE ZONES IN 1966
175
THEY WONT GET US TO THE CONFERENCE TABLE WILL THEY?
176
YOU WANT US TO SIT DOWN AND DISCUSS OUR PROBLEMS? DONT HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
177
PROPOSALS
178
ABOUT PRESIDENT JOHNSON AND SENATOR KENNEDY IN 1967
179
DR KING SAYS WOULD YOU PLEASE MOVE TO THE BACK OF THE BUS?
180
THE WAR IS GOING VERY WELLPASS IT ON
181
ITS TERRIBLE THE WAY TOBACCO ADVERTISING IS SLANTED TOWARDS YOUNG PEOPLE
182
ABOUT WAR OUTSIDE AND WITHIN THE US IN 1968
183
SPEAKING FROM A POSITION OF STRENGTH
184
AMERICAN STYLE
185
TRAMP TRAMP TRAMP THE BOYS ARE MARCHING
186
ABOUT AMERICANS DURING THE VIETNAM WAR IN 1969
187
GOOD NEWS WEVE TURNED THE CORNER IN VIETNAM
188
PRISONER OF WAR
189
SORRY FELLAS BUT THATS THE ONLY WAY OUT
190
ABOUT WAR CONDITIONS AND WAR VICTIMS IN 1970
191
THE OPERATION WAS A COMPLETE SUCCESS AS THE AUTOPSY WILL SHOW
192
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
193
THE US ARMY
194
ABOUT AMERICAN POLITICS AND ECONOMY IN 1971
195
GEORGE?
196
FEDERAL FLOATING NOTE
197
THE ECONOMY
198
ABOUT THE DECISION TO WITHHOLD THE PRIZE FOR WORK DONE IN 1972
199
NAMES OF THE BOARD MEMBERS VOTING FOR NO AWARD
200
ABOUT WATERGATE AND ITS FOLLOWUP IN 1973
201
SOME OF THE STARS HAVE JUST ARRIVED
202
IVE DECIDED NOT TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE ALLEGED SHIPWRECK
203
YOURE SURROUNDED NIXON GIVE UP THE TAPES
204
ABOUT POLITICS OF THE POSTWATERGATE ERA IN 1974
205
THE PRESIDENT FIGHTS BACK
206
CONGRESS GROWS RESPONSIVE
207
THE WATERGATE REUNIONS
208
ABOUT FOREIGN COUNTRIES AND DOMESTIC ISSUES IN 1975
209
O BEAUTIFUL FOR SPACIOUS SKIES FOR AMBER WAVES OF GRAIN
210
BEIRUT
211
CIA
212
ABOUT FACETS OF THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN IN 1976
213
THREE VERSIONS OF JIMMY CARTER
214
ILL BE JACK KENNEDY WHO DO YOU WANT TO BE?
215
END OF ROUND ONE
216
ABOUT TAX QUESTIONS AND ENERGY ASPECTS IN 1977
217
INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURN
218
IRS
219
ENERGY PROGRAM
220
ABOUT POLITICS AND CAMPAIGN SPENDINGS IN 1978
221
AND BRING ME THEIR HEADS SO I CAN SEE WHAT GOES ON INSIDE THEM
222
PREELECTION BALLOT BOX
223
ELECTION TRENDS
224
ABOUT DEATH PENALTY PROBLEMS OF FLORIDA IN 1979
225
FLORIDA STATE PRISON
226
THE ELECTRIC CHAIR
227
SHORTAGE OF BURIAL PLOTS
228
ABOUT UNEXPECTED RESULTS OF CONDITIONS IN 1980
229
CAN YOU GUESS WHICH ONES BEEN BANNED?
230
LOOK LADY YOURE THE ONE WHO ASKED FOR A FAMOUS MOVIE STAR WITH DARK HAIR STRONG NOSE AND DEEP SET EYES
231
HES GROWN A FOOT SINCE I SAW HIM LAST
232
ABOUT WAR RELICTS AND DEFENSE ASPECTS IN 1981
233
WELCOME HOME HOSTAGES
234
US GUNS IN EL SALVADOR
235
DEFENSE SYSTEM
236
ABOUT PRESIDENT REAGANS PUBLIC APPEARANCE IN 1982
237
DIPLOMACY IN ACTION
238
RONALD REAGANS WEATHER MAP
239
WATT
240
ABOUT POLITICAL EMOTIONS AND ATTITUDES IN 1983
241
PLAY IT AGAIN RON
242
WELL TELL HIM TO TURN UP HIS HEARING AID
243
THE DAY AFTER
244
ABOUT TOP AMERICAN POLITICAL FIGURES IN 1984
245
ASK YOURSELVES
246
CABINET MEETINGS
247
OKAY SENATOR GARN
248
ABOUT BASIC ATTITUDES OF AMERICANS IN 1985
249
REAGAN CRITICIZES RACISM
250
THE US IS NOT GOING
251
THE MEDIA REPORTS
252
ABOUT REALISTIC PROBLEMS OF AN UNREALISTIC WORLD IN 1986
253
MILOS MEADOW
254
699 CENT A GALLON
255
GOOD MORNING MADAM
256
ABOUT EXCUSES AND ILLUSIONS IN THE US IN 1987
257
THATS RIGHT JIM AND TAMMY WERE EXPELLED FROM PARADISE AND LEFT ME IN CHARGE
258
TO ERR IS HUMAN
259
PRESIDENT? NO CHILD BUT YOU CAN GROW UP TO BE FRONTRUNNER
260
ABOUT THEMES AND TABUS IN AMERICAN LIFE IN 1988
261
HOW ABOUT MORE BLACKS
262
BEST ACTRESS
263
ALL CONGRESSMEN
264
ABOUT REAGAN LEAVING BUSH ENTERING THE STAGE IN 1989
265
WE WONT FORGET YOU
266
FIRST AMENDMENT
267
THE EDUCATION PRESIDENT
268
ABOUT CONFLICTS AND GERMANYS REUNIFICATION IN 1990
269
DOMINO THEORY
270
NOW WE WAIT
271
ACTUALLY ITS SO WE ALWAYS KNOW WHERE THEY ARE
272
ABOUT HUMAN NEEDS AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS IN 1991
273
PULL THE PLUG?
274
HELLO WASHINGTON?
275
HOME ALONE
276
ABOUT US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGNING IN 1992
277
I HOPE I CAN GET THIS TURNED AROUND
278
HANG IN THERE
279
MY ELECTION STRATEGY IS SIMPLE
280
ABOUT VARIOUS INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT AREAS IN 1993
281
NEVER AGAIN
282
AS THE SMOKE CLEARED
283
SOMALIA
284
ABOUT AMERICAN BEHAVIOR IN KEY SITUATIONS IN 1994
285
PIEEATING CHAMPIONSHIP
286
MOMENT OF SILENT PRAYER AT BEGINNING OF CLASS
287
WHEN YOUR BIRTHDAYS ON CHRISTMAS
288
ABOUT TOPICS OF THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION IN 1995
289
OPINION POLLS
290
WHO CARES ABOUT BOSNIA?
291
FACE LIFTS AND COSMETIC SURGERY
292
ABOUT FACETS OF THE WASHINGTON ESTABLISHMENT IN 1996
293
WELFARE REFORM
294
I LIED I CHEATED
295
FBI SEEKS NEW SUSPECTS
296
WINNERS OF THE EDITORIAL CARTOON AWARD 19982008
297
INDEX
299
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