Cuts Worrying to Editorial Cartoonists

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The work of Clay Bennett, editorial cartooonist for The Christian Science Monitor and president of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists. Clay Bennett, The Christian Science Monitor hide caption

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The work of Clay Bennett,  editorial cartooonist for 'The Christian Science Monitor'

The work of Clay Bennett, editorial cartooonist for The Christian Science Monitor and president of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists.

Clay Bennett, The Christian Science Monitor

Major U.S. newspapers continue to cut staff to offset disappointing revenue. But recent layoffs and buyouts at two newspapers owned by the Tribune Company prompted editorial cartoonists to protest. The cartoonists fear the cost-cutting measures may signal the end of an era for their profession.

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