Deja vu? Was the New Yorker just inspired by an old soviet cartoon on US elections?

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A new cartoon published by the New Yorker depicting voter suppression in the US has drawn comparisons with an old Soviet propaganda poster about electoral fraud and disenfranchisement in 1950s America. The New Yorker cartoon published on Monday showing a whole series of obstacles in the way of American voters; a barbed wire fence, rings of fire, a crocodile – and finally, President Donald Trump arranging traffic cones in front of a ballot box at the end of the obstacle course.

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