“Prohibition’s Pet, St. John: ‘It’s Cold, and Lonesome, and Not Exhilarating—But I Like It, Oh, I Like It”
  Cartoonist:  Friedrich Graetz
  Source:  Puck
  Date:   October 15, 1884, p. 231

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Complete HarpWeek Explanation:
National Prohibition presidential nominee John St. John is pictured as a frog sitting on a lily pad. The image expresses the isolation of a minor-party candidate, but a sacrifice that St. John was willing to make. (For more information on his candidacy, see the cartoon explanation for "He Thinks He Can," and the text of "Minor Parties" in the campaign overview section.)












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