"Some selections from Ron Cobb's 'My Fellow Americans' published in 1970. I've had this book since I was a kid. A friend gave it to me. I'd have to count Cobb among my influences as I spent a lot of time looking at this collection back then as well as his first, 'Raw Sewage.'
What I always liked about his work was its controlled rage. The drawing is always neat and meticulous while the concepts are often boiling over with anger and disgust."
Wow! There are other powerful images here and a Google search will yield even more.
This is the first time I've seen Ron Cobb's work - to my knowledge his books were never sold in Africa.
The messages in his cartoons are just as valid today as they were in the early seventies.