Political Correctness wins

No more.

The end of political cartoons in the NYT

We are in a world where moralistic mobs gather on social media and rise like a storm. Patrick Chapatte

The New York Times announced that it would no longer publish daily political cartoons in its international edition and ended its relationship with two contract cartoonists – Patrick Chappatte und Heng Kim Song.

Two months earlier, The Times had stopped running syndicated political cartoons, after one with anti-Semitic imagery was printed in the Opinion section of the international edition.

Political cartoons were born with democracy

Last year, for the first time in its history, The Times had won a Pulitzer Prize for political cartooning — a series that told the story of a Syrian refugee family.


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