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Reagan Centennial
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© Mort Drucker & Norman Mingo 1968
February 6 marks the 100th birthday of President Ronald Reagan.This is a joint post with Robert Newman. He's posting magazine covers and movie posters over on his Newmanology Facebook page while I'm concentrating primarily on illustration.
© Paul Conrad 1967
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1967

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© Robert Grossman 1967
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© David Levine 1968

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© Gerald Scarfe 1969

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© Mort Drucker 1971

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© Jack Davis 1976
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© Ralph Steadman 1980

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© Winston Smith 1981

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© Fallout Productions 1981 (bumper sticker)

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© Sue Coe 1981
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© Victor Juhasz 1981

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© Frances Jetter 1981, Reagan v. the Clean Air Act

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© Philip Burke 1982
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© Carl Smool 1984

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© David Levine 198?

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© Ralph Steadman 1980
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© Henrik Drescher 1984
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© Sue Coe 1984

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© Robert Risko 1984

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© Robert Grossman 1984
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© Marshall Arisman 1984

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© Gary Panter 1984

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© Komar and Melamid 1981, Voice cover 1984

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© Paul Conrad 1984

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© Julian Allen

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© Andy Warhol 1985
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© David Levine 1985, Levine: "...Reagan visited a military cemetery in Bitburg which held the graves of 49 members of the Waffen-SS. Reagan issued a statement that called the Nazi soldiers buried in the cemetery 'victims,' implicitly comparing their deaths to those of Holocaust victims."

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© Edward Sorel 1985
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© Artists Poster Committee 1984, Prior to his weekly radio address on August 11 1984, not realizing the microphone was open, Reagan joked, "My fellow Americans, I'm pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes."

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© Gerald Scarfe 1987
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© Anita Kunz 2001, Arms For Hostages 1987

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Designed by caricaturists Peter Fluck and Roger Law. "A Ronald Reagan molded and painted foam latex puppet used on the television series Spitting Image. The puppet is dressed in a blue dress shirt, blue suit coat and wears a tie with images of U.S. currency. The puppet's eyes are wire-operated and the eyelids are air-operated. The British television program Spitting Image was a satirical look at English politics and popular culture. It ran from 1984-1996, and two TV specials were produced for American viewers and aired on NBC. Height, 28 inches." Source: Julien's Auctions


© Peter Fluck and Roger Law, ceramic teapot, 10 inches tall.
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© Steve Brodner 1987

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© Act Up 1987
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© Robert Risko 1987

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© Robbie Conal 1987

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© Stephen Kroninger 1987, "The central remaining question is the role of the President in the Iran-contra affair. On this critical point, the shredding of documents by Poindexter, North and others, and the death of Casey, leave the record incomplete." ---Congressional report

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© David Cowles 1987
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© Jules Feiffer 1987
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© Mark Alan Stamaty 1988
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© Edward Sorel 1991
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© Robert Risko 1992


© Jack Davis


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