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Steve Bell Goes to America

 

<p>May 5, 2012&nbsp;|&nbsp;The New School&nbsp;|&nbsp;New York City<br />
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</b>With&nbsp;Steve Bell&nbsp;and Keith Gessen<i><br />
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<p style=”text-align: center;”>&nbsp;PHOTO GALLERY&nbsp;|&nbsp;<strong>View the photo gallery on Flickr</strong><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p>
 
<p>Cartoonist Steve Bell has been lampooning Her Majesty&rsquo;s&nbsp;Government since the early days of Margaret Thatcher. His weekly&nbsp;strip in the Guardian is a staple of British political discourse, and&nbsp;has been drawing outrage from the office of the Prime Minister to the&nbsp;House of Commons for over 30 years. With the U.S. Presidential&nbsp;election just around the corner, Bell couldn&rsquo;t have arrived at a better&nbsp;time. In an intimate conversation, the cartoonist offered a ferocious&nbsp;take on the American political landscape in this election year.</p>
<p>Co-sponsored by The New School and the Guardian</p>

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