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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Economics of Revolution. First Babu (speaking from left to right). "This Ghandi making three per centums too low with his shoutings." Second Babu. "I am saying this: We have buttered our bun and we must lie on it." First Babu. "But I am poor man. How shall I keep the cat from the bag?" (an InterWar cartoon showing a stereotype of two Indian office workers complaining about their government)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Economics of Revolution. First Babu (speaking from left to right). "This Ghandi making three per centums too low with his shoutings." Second Babu. "I am saying this: We have buttered our bun and we must lie on it." First Babu. "But I am poor man. How shall I keep the cat from the bag?" (an InterWar cartoon showing a stereotype of two Indian office workers complaining about their government)