Slate, the online magazine of

Slate, the online magazine of the Bill Gates empire, continues to push the boundaries of international publishing. I’m not being snide at all.
They published the second part of non-US political cartoonists’ views of the US war on terrorism. The cartoons range in quality and levity but overall give a fascinating glimpse of where political cartoonists rest with regard to what is somehow considered by many non-Americans as an American war. (I wonder if, when the US invaded Normandy, Europeans drew cartoons depicting the war as one of Americans and Soviets. Didn’t the Taliban have something to do with all this?)

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