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"Et tu, Brute!"

Pughe, J. S. (John S.), 1870-1909
Rudyard Kipling holds a pen labeled "Criticism" which he is using as a prod to get the British Lion moving in a particular direction. Caption: The British Lion ["]I didn't mind the others, Rudyard; but I never thought you'd be prodding me!"
Government policy, Criticism, Lion, Great Britain, Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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