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Observe, Reflect, Question

We’ve learned what a political cartoon is, and the different persuasive techniques political cartoonists use. Now it’s time to analyze a political cartoon as a historical document.

My friend McKenzie is doing a project on child labor for National History Day. She learned that many kids worked in dangerous factories. She found this cartoon from 1914 on the Library of Congress website. Take a moment to study the political cartoon.

Now complete the next section by typing your observations, reflections, questions and any ideas about the cartoon that need further investigation. If it's easier for you, click the link below to print the document and fill in your responses.
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