Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Origin: El Imparcial, October 4 1923
Purpose: This cartoon has two men talking about having "come out of a boot," or in other words, being kicked out of office. This depicts Primo's goal to get rid of the current municipalities and unite Spain as one instead of allow multiple separate powers.
Value: This cartoon represnts a change in power when Primo came to rule, but at the same time the image itself looks cheerful and casual, possibly correlating with Primo's attitude as a leader.
Limitations: The quotes themselves are somewhat confusing for me and I'm not exactly sure if my analysis is accurate.
How does this cartoon relate to what we discussed in class, specifically on Primo's role as a leader?