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Election cartoon books

Posted by Dan Wasserman  September 19, 2008 04:19 PM

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Can't get enough politics? Yearn for the hydra-headed, hyped-up heyday of the primary campaigns? Eric Appleman may have just the fix you need. He's compiled two collections of editorial cartoons, one for each major party, chronicling the battle for each party's nomination.

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The two volumes, in large paperback form, are "The Race for the 2008 Republican Nomination" and "The Race for the 2008 Democratic Nomination," both published by Pelican. They include cartoons from around the country, including the drawings of Ted Rall, incoming president of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists.

When he's not compiling cartoons, Appleman is the force behind Democracy in Action, a citizens guide to the election.

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Dan Wasserman has been cartooning for the Globe editorial page since 1985. He has published two collections of drawings, "We've Been Framed" (Faber & Faber, 1987) and "Paper Cuts" (Ivan R. Dee, 1995). His cartoons are widely reprinted and are syndicated internationally by Tribune Media Services. He draws more quickly than he types.
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