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An unequal contest; they can find no flaw in his armor / Dalrymple.
An unequal contest; they can find no flaw in his armor / Dalrymple.
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Summary

Print shows diminutive gladiators labeled "Jones", "J.D. Sayers" with large sword labeled "State Anti-Trust Laws", "Bryan" with large sword labeled "Demagogism", "Hearst", "Pingree", "Hogg of Texas" with sword labeled "State Law", Teddy Roosevelt with sword labeled "Roosevelt", and "Alger", and also Joseph Pulitzer; a crowd in the background carries banners that state "Down with Trusts" and "Down with Dept. Stores"; they are struggling against a large gladiator wearing armor labeled "Trusts, Power to Undersell Competitors, Vested Rights, Right to Buy and Sell, Natural Right of Association, Business Progress, Steady Work, [and] Payment of Good Wages", carrying a shield labeled "Constitution of the U.S." and a sword labeled "Low Prices".
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Date

01/01/1899
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Contributors

Dalrymple, Louis, 1866-1905, artist
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Source

Library of Congress
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