People, Nov. 9, 1936

Names make news. Last week these names made this news: Interviewed in Manhattan, British Cartoonist David Low advised U. S. cartoonists to "scrap this Uncle Sam and John Bull business. Your Uncle Sam is no more representative of the American people than my boot or my foot." More advice from the London Evening Standard's piercing satirist: "When you hold a man up as a public menace you lend him dignity. You don't destroy him at all.

"I saw an American cartoon, for instance, which was opposed to Mussolini and Hitler. The cartoonist...

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