Saturday, August 28, 2010

 

Herriman Saturday

Sunday, December 1 1907 -- Herriman once again gets national play in the Hearst magazine section. The editorial complains that the legal system is expertly efficient against common criminals, but that  government and big business openly get away with corruption, bribery and unfair practices with little threat from our legal system. The sentiment as true today as it was in 1907...

Unfortunately this page was badly printed and I was unable to do much restoration on some parts, specifically the wrist of the giant hand and the common criminal figure, both having been buried under a haze of stray ink.

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