The cartoon below was published in the late 1880s:
An image of Uncle Sam standing in front of a man of Asian descent. Uncle Sam is shown kicking the Asian man into the sea.
With which of the following is this cartoon associated?
Image of a young child pushing a large bag of money up a hill. The large bag of money is labeled, Dividends.
Based on the cartoon, what is the artist's point of view?
The American economy and stock market requires child labor to be profitable.
The struggle to eliminate child labor is an uphill battle.
The elimination of child labor is less important than the acquisition of wealth.
The daily struggle of child laborers leads to the wealth of stockbrokers.
An image of Theodore Roosevelt sitting on a platform with bags of money sitting at his feet. Roosevelt is watching as several children are lined up to put items, presumably money, in a large trunk sitting on the platform with Roosevelt.
Which social issue does the cartoon address?
The cartoon below was created in the 1800s:
Image of Boss Tweed. Tweed is shown standing with his hands in his pockets. Instead of a head, a bag of money sits upon Tweeds shoulders. The caption reads, The Brains that achieved the Tammany victory at the Rochester Democratic Convention.
Based on the political cartoon, which conclusion can be made about Boss Tweed and the Democratic Party political machine known as Tammany Hall?
The substantial power held by Boss Tweed and Tammany Hall was achieved through political corruption.
Business monopolies controlled the voting rights of citizens through Boss Tweed.
The political machine became stronger as Boss Tweed built more factories.
The greediness of Boss Tweed led to his downfall and the subsequent rise of Tammany Hall.