History's Most Powerful Protest Art

A nger was currency in the most recent U.S. election. It fueled Trump supporters as they reacted to job insecurity, global competition, and the threat of terrorism. And following Trump's victory, it is driving an opposition to an administration characterized by questionable appointments (including the president-elect's own family members, a white supremacist, a racist, and a climate-change denier), conflicts of interest, and apparent disdain for the First Amendment.

Fazed Grunion*

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