• anonymous
This question involves analyzing the same political cartoon in your workspace. In a few short sentences, analyze the elements and their placement in this image. What about them would prompt you to vote for the reform the cartoonist is implying? cartoon
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  • anonymous
pleaaseeeee I need help i dont know what satire elements are used in this cartoon.
  • Vocaloid
some helpful hints to point you in the right direction: "one nation, indivisible" is part of the Pledge of Allegiance, which is commonly recited by students in the United States as part of their school routine now, if we look at the picture, we can see that the "Suburbian Heights Public School" is clearly separated from the inner city school (that is to say, the school system is clearly divided between low-income areas and high-income areas). The artist is highlighting the irony that students talk about an indivisible, unified nation despite the obvious inequalities in the economic and educational opportunities given to its people

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