Cartoonists Versus Capitalists

For some 19th-century Britons, the “March of Intellect” was a slogan for everything utopian about technological progress: economic growth, rational governance, and universal education. For others, it was an ironic way to refer to all the Industrial Revolution had destroyed: aristocratic privileges, the tranquil countryside, and the docile peasantry. A generation of political cartoonists jumped […]

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