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With his mustache, spectacles, and signature walrus grin, Theodore Roosevelt was a natural subject for cartoonists. They portrayed him wielding giant clubs against trusts, sternly lecturing coal mine bosses, and enforcing the Monroe Doctrine while dressed in wilderness gear. In Bully!, cartoon historian Rick Marschall presides over a gathering of political artwork that is certain make contemporary editorial cartoonist envious. Bully, indeed.