The news magazine Bohemia published this political cartoon on March 29, 1936. In it, three young boys pretend to be members of the government. One boy tells another to play the role of president. The second boy says with some trepidation that “he does not know what to do.” The first boy reassures him that he can learn the part quickly, “by doing all that he is told.”

From Fulgencio Batista: from revolutionary to strongman by Frank Argote-Freyre

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The news magazine Bohemia published this political cartoon on March 29, 1936. In it, three young boys pretend to be members of the government. One boy tells another to play the role of president. The second boy says with some trepidation that “he does not know what to do.” The first boy reassures him that he can learn the part quickly, “by doing all that he is told.”
  • Figure 11. The news magazine Bohemia published this political cartoon on March 29, 1936. In it, three young boys pretend to be members of the government. One boy tells another to play the role of president. The second boy says with some trepidation that “he does not know what to do.” The first boy reassures him that he can learn the part quickly, “by doing all that he is told.”