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  1. Soft Money

    The New Republic magazine ("Buck Stops There," by Walter Shapiro). How a ban on "soft money" donations could curtail U.S. presidents' schmoozing with donors. Ink and watercolor on paper.
    Soft Money
  2. Florida Dreaming

    The New Republic's December 2000 holiday card. Printed during the Bush v. Gore Florida recount, while Republicans and Democrats longed for that 25-electoral-vote stocking stuffer. Ink and watercolor on paper.
    Florida Dreaming
  3. Literary Skewer

    Illustration advertising a New Republic reception at BookExpo America. Ink and watercolor on paper.
    Literary Skewer
  4. McEiffel Tower

    The New Republic ("Paris Dispatch: Flip Flop," by Jon Henley). How McDonald's tried to dissociate itself from vulgar America, so as to attract Parisian customers. Ink and watercolor on paper.
    Eiffel Tower
  5. Old Rivals

    The New Republic's weekly subscription advertisement, 2000-2001. Each week, the magazine in the illustration shared that TNR issue's cover. Ink and watercolor on paper.
    Old Rivals