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Mission Accomplished free pdf Distributed to 1,700 small and mid-size newspapers across North America, Bendib's cartoons are the only widely circulated editorial cartoons free of the usual corporate narrative offering a radical perspective. Bendib's cartoons shine a light on such topics as the corrupting influence of money on democracy, immigrant issues, environmental degradation, class struggles, US imperialism and Zionism, the scapegoating of Arabs, Muslims and other people of colour, as well as the complicity of the Orwellian mass media in maintaining the status quo. Bendib's cartoons are very popular with legions of alternative, educated, left-of-centre readers (especially in Los Angeles, New York and campus towns across the USA, as well as much of Canada, the UK and Australia) hungry for humorous voices of dissent.

About Khalil Bendib

The son of survivors of the Algerian war of independence, Khalil Bendib was born in Paris during the Algerian revolution and grew up in Morocco and Algeria before moving to California at the age of 20. In 1995 Khalil weaned himself from a steady pay cheque by resigning in disgust from a Californian local paper over increasing censorship of his work. He has two books to his credit: It Became Necessary to Destroy the Planet in Order to Save It was published in 2003. His cartoons have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, USA Today, the San Francisco Chronicle and others, either as part of feature stories written about him or as part of full-page ads purchased by various advocacy groups.

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Author : Khalil Bendib
Publisher : Arris Books
Data Published : 09 August 2007
ISBN : 1844370712
EAN : 9781844370719
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 384 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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