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Subject is exactly "Church and education--Caricatures and cartoons."
The high costs of a Catholic education has led to an entire generation of Catholic children being unable to attend parochial schools.
The promise of tax credits from politicians never seem to materialize while Catholic parents are struggling under the weight of taxes and tuition.
The Unhooked Generation?
Referencing a contemporary anti-smoking slogan, the cartoon shows that Catholic school students are left on the hook for the cost of their education.
Babes in the Woods
Opposition to state aid for parochial students takes the form of a threatening forest with the children left alone and afraid.
Print from Harper's Weekly showing an allegorical figure of Lady Liberty protecting the public schools from two Roman Catholic Priests. Signed by Thomas Nast.
A religion textbook and a Bible highlights the idea that a child's education would be incomplete without a strong religious background.
But Daddy Says He Paid His Taxes!
A student is prevent from getting on a school bus by the driver because the child attends a Catholic school.