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InterWar Era Cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Four-Hundred-Pound Look. First Splendid Pauper. "I hear we've got to reform ourselves this session. How would you set about it?" Second Ditto. "Well, to start with, I should take the Commons as a model and insist on their voting us a bit of pocket-money." (two peers enter thhe House of Lords, one carrying a Demand Note - Income Tax Rates in the InterWar era)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Four-Hundred-Pound Look. First Splendid Pauper. "I hear we've got to reform ourselves this session. How would you set about it?" Second Ditto. "Well, to start with, I should take the Commons as a model and insist on their voting us a bit of pocket-money." (two peers enter thhe House of Lords, one carrying a Demand Note - Income Tax Rates in the InterWar era)