Disappearing Ink 

Is the age of the newspaper political cartoonist drawing to a close?

Picture cartoonist Bill Day with a bouquet of question marks hovering above his long face and deeply furrowed brow. At a time when creative content providers obsess over personal branding and social networks, Day, a struggling political cartoonist who was laid off…

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