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Bonus Editorial cartoon for Oct. 28, 2022

An editorial cartoon by Dave Whamond

Bonus editorial cartoon for Oct. 28, 2022
Cartoonist Dave Whamond draws on the threat of autocracy.
Dave Whamond
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This cartoon is the opinion of cartoonist Dave Whamond. Send feedback to: cartoons@wctrib.com.

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