MBR: Best Editorial Cartoons Of The Year 2010 Edition

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51w5vJcyzL._SL160_ MBR: Best Editorial Cartoons Of The Year 2010 EditionBest Editorial Cartoons of the Year, 2010 Edition
Charles Brooks, Editor
Pelican Publishing
1000 Burmaster St., Gretna, LA 70053
9781589807532, $14.95 www.pelicanpub.com

The 2010 edition of Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year continues to offer a winning selection of comic strips and political commentary, and is a top pick for libraries that have seen popularity with other political commentary collections. The major events of the year – a year experiencing one of the worst economic downturns in U.S. history – are chronicled in a fine collection of black and white panels of observation, documentation, and humor.

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