Culture Jul 1, 2019 3:51 PM EST

Is this the death knell for political cartoons?

If political cartoons and op-eds are continually censored, then what is the purpose of a newspaper at all? Artists and writers are supposed to kick against the pricks. If we completely rid them of their ability to do so, all we are left with are the pricks.

Is this the death knell for political cartoons?
Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson Montreal, QC
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