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1. 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,...

2. 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...

3. Getting a Mouthful Getting a Mouthful 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.

4. 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.

5. Ground Hog Day in North Dakota 1916 Ground Hog Day in North Dakota 1916 Politicians; Shadows; Sun; Trees; Farmers; Fences; Man on knees, labeled 'Politician,' surprised seeing his shadow on ground, caused by a bright sun with smiling face in the sky labeled 'N.Dak. Farmer' and 'Nonpartisan Leader.' Tree with hole at base on...

6. Breaking Some New Ground Breaking Some New Ground 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...

7. 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.'

8. Farmer Gulliver, He's Waking Up at Last Farmer Gulliver, He's Waking Up at Last 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...

9. How the Politician is Answered by League Members How the Politician is Answered by League Members Politicians; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Post offices; General stores; Petitions; Political elections; Man in suit and top hat, labeled 'politician' holding candiate petition with text bubble "Hello, boys, you know I'm a good fellow, sign my petition as a candiate for office?" Man next to him responds "NO,...

10. Of Course He Doesn't Like It; But It Will Do Him Good Of Course He Doesn't Like It; But It Will Do Him Good Farmers; Voting; Spanking; Political elections; Political cartoons; Ballots; Politicians; Man labeled 'N.D. farmer' holding a switch pulling in a young boy, labeled 'The Old Gang,' into a woodshed, presumably to give him a spanking.

11. 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...

12. Definitions of bolshevism with appolgies to our constitutional rights Definitions of bolshevism with appolgies to our constitutional rights Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Communism; Six men, in separate cartoons, after speaking, are accused of being bolsheviks which is spelled in various ways. Panel 1: "I do not agree with you, the majority should rule!" Reply: "You're a Bolshevik!"...

13. By the Dawn's early light By the Dawn's early light Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Democracy; Flags; Birds; Democracy; Crows; Politicians; Farmer spreading 'democracy' seed in field from bag labeled 'Liberty seed', with a crow on ground labeled 'Old Gang.' The sky is rendered as the U.S. flag.

14. Congressman John M. Baer of North Dakota, elected by the organized farmers Congressman John M. Baer of North Dakota, elected by the organized farmers Legislators; Portrait drawings; Portrait of John Miller Baer on cover of Nonpartisan Leader.

15. 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.

16. 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.
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