What does the woman in the frying pan represent?

What does the woman in the frying pan represent?

The woman, who looks very docile, is draped in the Cuban flag and looks like she is in need of guidance and assistance. The frying pan, on the other hand, is being held by a white hand, indicating that American (white, Anglo-Saxon) intervention is a necessity.

Who drew well I hardly know which to take first?


Author Library of Congress
Pixel composition Black and white (Black is 0)
Number of components 1
Number of rows per strip 5
Horizontal resolution 1,200 dpi

What is the duty of the hour for the United States?

The duty of the hour; – to save her not only from Spain, but from a worse fate / Dalrymple. Library of Congress.

Why might this cartoon be associated with the yellow press?

Why might this cartoon be associated with Yellow Press? The cartoon is designed to spread public support for a war with Spain, the aim of the Yellow Press.

What is Uncle Sam’s attitude?

In this cartoon which president does the waiter portray? What seems to be Uncle Sam’s attitude toward the offerings on the menu? Indecisive.

What did the Yellow Kid represent?

The Yellow Kid is also famous for its connection to the coining of the term “yellow journalism.” The idea of “yellow journalism” referred to stories which were sensationalized for the sake of selling papers, and was so named after the “Yellow Kid” cartoons….

The Yellow Kid
Team affiliations Hogan’s Alley

What is Remember the Maine?

A slogan of the Spanish-American War. The United States battleship Maine mysteriously exploded and sank in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, in 1898. Stirred up by the yellow press (see yellow journalism), the American public blamed the sinking on Spain, which then owned Cuba.

Was Uncle Sam a real person?

This symbol is Uncle Sam. Uncle Sam was supposedly based on a real person, Sam Wilson, a businessman during the War of 1812.

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