Between 1941-1943, Theodore Geisel was an editorial cartoonist for a publication called PM. During that period, he drew over 400 political cartoons, using his pen name, 'Dr. Seuss," Later, of course he became a beloved author and illustrator of children's books.
This is one of his actual editorial cartoons from 75 years ago. It's not just the caption that is so eye-catching today, but all the prescient, identifying detail.