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Art Young and Robert Minor

Art Young and Robert Minor

Published: 2016-01-12 | Original Article
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<em>The Masses</em>’ mailing privileges. <em>The Masses</em> was brought to trial twice as the editors (including the cartoonists) were charged with “conspiring to obstruct conscription.”
The Masses’ mailing privileges. The Masses was brought to trial twice as the editors (including the cartoonists) were charged with “conspiring to obstruct conscription.”
Young and Minor were two of the artists whose work appeared regularly in The Masses. In August 1917, the Post Office revoked The Masses’ mailing privileges. The Masses was brought to trial twice as the editors (including the cartoonists) were charged with “conspiring to obstruct conscription.” Although Young and Minor stayed out of prison, the lawsuits caused the magazine to suspend publication.


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