Political Cartoonist

While I was in exile in Canada due to my opposition to the war in Vietnam, I often drew political cartoons (as I had occasionally done earlier in the States). Mostly these appeared in Amex-Canada, a magazine published by American exiles in Toronto. Of those pictured, two relate to Nixon and Watergate, one to President Ford's offer of a clemency program for draft resisters, and two to the issues of war and peace. (See also Caricaturist.)

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