How's That For The First - 11x17 Negative

Tom Engelhardt

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How's That For The First - 11x17 Newspaper Negative by Tom Engelhardt

'How's that for the first tax cut?'

This is the original newspaper negative by political cartoonist Tom Engelhardt featuring the cartoon printed in The St. Louis Post-Dispatch on April 26, 1978.  In the cartoon, a U.S. Representative has sawed off the branch of a tree labeled 'tax reform' which is hitting Carter on the head.  The man's saw is labeled 'House Ways and Means Committee.'  This is a one of a kind item and the proceeds help benefit The State Historical Society of Missouri's Engelhardt Cartoon Collection.

About the Artist

Tom Engelhardt was a political cartoonist for The St. Louis Post Dispatch for 35 years and retired in 1997. Engelhardt’s cartoons cover every political topic from the civil rights movement, the environment, busing, the Vietnam War, health care, education, poverty, crime and the criminal justice system, international relations, censorship, workers’ rights, elected officials, Watergate, big business, and the role of government.

Product Specifications

:: Mat Size : 16" x 24" 

:: Negative Size : 11" x 17"

:: Print comes matted and enclosed in a clear cellophane wrapper