|Edwin Marcus. New Year Callers, 1952
Early in 1952, the newly reinstalled British Prime Minister once again crossed the Atlantic to confer with the U.S. President. Churchill's visit was seen by one cartoonist as merely one of a host of different problems facing Harry Truman, including economic troubles, difficulties within NATO, the dangers of the atomic age, the perennial entanglements in the Middle East, and racial integration in the United States. The Korean War, which had begun in 1950, was not in the front rank.
Cartoon Drawings Collection, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (280)
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