"John Bull and His Friend Cleveland"

This cartoon illustrates President Grover Cleveland's belief in free trade and a tariff reduction. John Bull, representing England, says to Cleveland, "That suits me Mr. Cleveland, keep my mills and factories going if the rest of mankind starve -- I am glad to see you sport my colors the red bandanna." Cleveland replies "I am proud of your approval Mr. Bull and am doing my best to serve you as you say -- I wear the real British red There is'nt (sic) anything green about me." Behind Cleveland, American workers and a family stand, with a sign reading "Give us Work."

Date:
1888
Original Format:
Cartoon
Item#:
22.203
Height:
1608px
Width:
2577px
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