Creator

Stuart McDonald

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Publisher

Grand Forks Herald

Creation Date

5-6-1962

Description

Cartoon depicts a member of the North Dakota PTA kicking a man, "Federal Aid to Education," out of the school house as "JFK" watches. At the North Dakota state PTA convention in Minot, North Dakota, the PTA voted against federal aid to schools. The PTA also refused to support the United Nations. North Dakota became the second state to reverse a previous stand favoring federal aid.

Subject

Cartoons (Commentary); Political cartoons

Places Depicted

North Dakota; North Dakota--Minot

Organizations Depicted

United Nations; North Dakota Congress of Parents and Teachers; United States. Dept. of Education

People Depicted

Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald) 1917-1963

Rights

Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota

Keywords

Federal Aid to education, John F. Kennedy, United Nations, North Dakota State PTA Convention, Education--Finance, Parents and teachers association, Associations, institutions, etc., Federal aid to education, Men, Education and state, School buildings

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