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Examine this political cartoon published by Dr. Seuss on August 13, 1941. What is he trying to say about the war? Remember that at this time the United States had not yet entered the war as Pearl Harbor was not attacked until December 7, 1941. Take note of the man in the middle who is holding lollipops; his shirt reads "The Appeaser." What is an appeaser? What is the message Dr. Seuss is attempting to convey? http://prntscr.com/8he3xe

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