Cartoonists: Facing the Candidate

The most tellin« comment on any editorial page is often contained in a brief line that emphasizes a chin, droops an eyelid or curves a mouth. Under the pen of a skilled cartoonist, a man's face can become a political comment, and Barry Goldwater has a face that most cartoonists find a delight to limn.

"It's hard to go wrong on that face," says the Baltimore Evening Sun's Cartoonist Tom Flannery. "It has the look of one of those things on Mount Rushmore." Adds the Washington Star's John Berryman, who has been sketching...

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