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    Political Cartoons Thrive in Heated US Presidential Campaigni
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    Yang Chen
    March 05, 2016 6:10 PM
    Amid the blistering rhetoric of this year's U.S. presidential campaign, political cartoons poking fun at the candidates and their actions are providing a lighter note for voters. VOA's Yang Chen has more on how free-wheeling political cartoons are emblematic of a democratic country. Her report is narrated by Adrianna Zhang.

    Political Cartoons Thrive in Heated US Presidential Campaign

    Yang Chen

    Published March 05, 2016

    Amid the blistering rhetoric of this year's U.S. presidential campaign, political cartoons poking fun at the candidates and their actions are providing a lighter note for voters. VOA's Yang Chen has more on how free-wheeling political cartoons are emblematic of a democratic country. Her report is narrated by Adrianna Zhang.


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