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1. Your move, Big Biz is a poor loser Your move, Big Biz is a poor loser Checkers; Game boards; Board games; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Perspiration; Voting; Man, labeled 'N.Dak. Farmer', smiling and looking over checker board at man perspiring, labeled Big Biz. Over checkers by farmer won from Big Biz is label 'Labor & Local Businessmen's Votes.'

2. You'll have to get on the Nonpartisan car ahead, we're going to cut out the old party cars at the next You'll have to get on the Nonpartisan car ahead, we're going to cut out the old party cars at the next station! Railroad employees; Political parties; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Magazine covers; Railroad conductor, labeled 'N.P.L. RY' on collor punching ticket of two men with heads extended out of curtain. They are labeled 'Republican' and 'Democrat.' Text bubble used as title.

3. You can harvest in spite of the Fall rains, says Empty Dome You can harvest in spite of the Fall rains, says Empty Dome Political cartoons; Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Weather; Rain; Moonlight; Fans; Clotheslines; Periodical illustrations; Images show various humorous methods of drying grain that awaits harvesting.

4. Why You Must Help Why You Must Help 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,...

5. Why not keep the money in the Northwest? Why not keep the money in the Northwest? Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Weights & measures; Justice; Blindfolds; Cities & towns; Farms; Grain industry; Man, labeled 'The Farmer', kneeling before blindfolded woman representing justice and holding a scale that is empty for the rural area (West) while weighted down with buildings and money representing cities...

6. Why Farmers Don't Get Rich Why Farmers Don't Get Rich Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroad companies; Bankers; Business people; Farmers; Five renditions of over-weight man, each with different labels: 'Usurious Banker,' 'Anti-farmer Legislator,' 'Grain Speculator,' 'Railroad Baron,' and 'Unnecessary Middleman.

7. What! Eggs 50 cents each? Fetch me a half dozen 'over'. My, but these farmers are getting rich! What! Eggs 50 cents each? Fetch me a half dozen 'over'. My, but these farmers are getting rich! Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroad dining cars; Eating & drinking; Waiters; Farmers; Food prices; Food industry; Man seated a dining table in railroad dining car holding wine list speaking to waiter. Outside window of car is a farmer plowing in field. The farmer is saying 'I'd like to eat on one of them diners once!'...

8. What the People Expect What the People Expect Democracy; Militarism; Earth; Soldiers; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Woman, labeled 'Democracy' atop Earth having kicked soldier, labeled 'Militarism', who is falling down in sky, along with weapons and helmets.

9. What are you going to do about it? What are you going to do about it? Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Business people; Constitutions; Legislation; Question marks; Man, portrayed as Big Biz, holding rope representing the North Dakota Senate that has House Bill 44 (The New Constitution) tied to a post. Large question mark above bill.

10. What are you going to do about it? What are you going to do about it? Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Business people; Constitutions; Legislation; Question marks; Man, portrayed as Big Biz, holding rope representing the North Dakota Senate that has House Bill 44 (The New Constitution) tied to a post. Large question mark above bill.

11. Well Indorsed, John Burke, That's all. Don't forget Casey Well Indorsed, John Burke, That's all. Don't forget Casey Political elections; Political cartoons; Farmers; Fences; Periodical illustrations; Political advertisement for John Burke for U.S. Senate standing by fence with North Dakota Farmer and Uncle Sam on other side. Text bubble with farmer "I know your record as governor, John! If you're good...

12. Welding the Links Together Welding the Links Together 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.'

13. Vision and the Realization Vision and the Realization Farmers; Legislation; Cornerstones; Factories; Laws; Economic policy; North Dakota farmer holding 'Laws, plans for economic democracy' beside cornerstone with 'North Dakota 1919' carved on front. Inset is image from the March 15, 1917 issue of the Nonpartisan Leader showing...

14. Use the Ladder! Use the Ladder! Apple trees; Ladders; Farmers; Prosperity; Political participation; Political organizations; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Man, labeled 'Unorganized farmer,' lying on ground under apple tree waiting for apples to fall in hat in his lap from apple tree labeled 'Prosperity.' Nearby is ladder with label 'Nonpartisan League.'

15. Tug of War -- One of the Most Popular Games of the Northwest at the Present Time Tug of War -- One of the Most Popular Games of the Northwest at the Present Time Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Wheat; Railroad companies; Bankers; Chambers of commerce; Grain industry; Lawyers; Ropes; Families; Children; Scales; A 'Scale of Prices' with farm family on one side attempting to raise the price of 'Wheat' by pulling wheat bundle bound by rope, while on other side three men labeled 'Banker' & text bubble "Wish I could...

16. These fine old gang ruins for sale These fine old gang ruins for sale Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Business people; Ruins; Politicians; Political parties; Sad politican seated on stump saying 'Gee, but it's lonesome here,' outside building in ruins with sign across entrance 'Closed', and sign in front 'These Fine Old Gang Ruins for Sale.' 'Old Line Party...

17. The Northwest's Quartet Will Be a World Beater Yet The Northwest's Quartet Will Be a World Beater Yet Singing; Singers; Songs; Older people; Farmers; Four men, with goatees, representing the states of Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana and South Dakota, likely farmers, holding song lyrics for 'We'll Stick.'

18. Tearing him away from his graft Tearing him away from his graft Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Swine; Cows; Politicians; Man, labeled 'League Farmer,' pulling a pig, 'Professional politician,' from sucking tit on udder of cow, labeled 'Pulbic office.'

19. Stop! Stop! Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroad companies; Farmers; Bags; Government officials; Food supply; Man symbolizing the North Dakota farmer with heavy load of sacks on his back labeled 'Wheat,' 'Corn,' 'Wool,' 'Hides,' 'Farm products,' and a head of cattle, with label on rope holding them together 'World's...

20. Spirit of the American Farmer Spirit of the American Farmer Political cartoons; Farmers; Agricultural laborers; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Banners; Windows; Two men shaking hands in front of house window with serviceman banner with single blue star. One man labeled 'Farmer' and pointing at banner in window, and the other labeled 'Hired Man.'
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