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    • Farmers; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Bankers; Politicians; Grain industry; Chambers of commerce; Press; Lawyers;
    • 'Farmer Gulliver' rising up on ground surrounded by little men, some flung into the air, each representing antagonists of farmers, including Professional politicians, Office seekers, Middle man, Usurious bankers, Wheat gambler, Packing trust, Land...
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    • Road rollers; Farmers; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations;
    • Man operated steam roller labeled 'Non Partisan League' with text bubble "Now GIT, durn ye, who started this steam roller business anyhow?", chasing a sweating Big Biz on smaller steam roller, labeled 'Old Gang Machine.' His text bubble reads "I...
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    • Farmers; Plowing; Plows; Rocks; Tree stumps; Political cartoons; Politicians;
    • Man, representing the North Dakota farmer, is guiding 'Nonpartisan League Plow' drawn by horse, with shadow of Abraham Lincoln behind him also with hands on plow. Being plowed up are rocks and tree stumps representing 'Gang politics,' 'Corrupt...
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    • Blacksmithing; Chains; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Anvils; Cooperation;
    • Man, likely representing the farmers of the Nonpartisan League, forging chain links (labeled for states in the region) together. Label attached to the chain reads 'Nonpartisan League.'
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    • Farmers; Politicians; Progressivism (United States politics); Legislation;
    • Man, representing farmer, shoving 'progressive legislation' bill down throat of 'The Old Gang' lying on ground with image of U.S. Capitol in background.
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    • Bankers; Business people; Railroad employees; Farmers; Signs (Notices); Crows; Farmers' groups; Agriculture;
    • Two large men, dressed as farmers, labeled 'Railroads' and 'Big Biz Banker' walking with two small men in hand, labeled 'Subsidized farm journals,' and fake farm leader.' One of the smaller men saying, "Don't our uncles look like real farmers,...
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