Keppler, Udo J., 1872-1956
Illustration shows a sheep labeled "The Law" standing over a lamb labeled "Consumer" that has collapsed in the snow and is either dead or dying; a large cluster of ravens labeled "Tariff Graft, Food Trusts, [and] Special Privilege" have gathered, waiting to scavenge on the carrion.
Tariff, Corruption, Trusts, Industrial, Consumers, Consumer protection, Sheep, Distress (Law), Ravens
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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