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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Sinister Forest. Childe Thomas. "Who's afraid?" [In his advance to the assault on unemployment, Mr J H Thomas is liable to be hampered by certain socialist pledges which, if carried out, must have the effect of increasing the very evil he is anxious to overcome.] (an Interwar cartoon shows Labour poltician Jimmy Thomas walking through a forest of Socialist Theories, Repeal of Eight Hours Act, Socialist Pledges, Anti-Safeguarding and To The Stronghold Of Unemployment)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Sinister Forest. Childe Thomas. "Who's afraid?" [In his advance to the assault on unemployment, Mr J H Thomas is liable to be hampered by certain socialist pledges which, if carried out, must have the effect of increasing the very evil he is anxious to overcome.] (an Interwar cartoon shows Labour poltician Jimmy Thomas walking through a forest of Socialist Theories, Repeal of Eight Hours Act, Socialist Pledges, Anti-Safeguarding and To The Stronghold Of Unemployment)