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Why do historians consider political cartoons to be credible resources in historical inquiry? a.Most people read them, so they have to be credible. b.They are drawn by people who are directly involved in the events they are depicting. c.They are drawn by people who have an opinion about the event. d.Historians do not consider political cartoons to be credible historical evidence.

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  1. anonymous
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    They are drawn by people who have an opinion about the event.

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