Tag: freedom of speech

  • Comics as Education, 1950s-1980s

    By Zachary Bampton ’20 From the 1950s onward, comics and their bright colors, bold drawings, and interesting stories have captivated a young American demographic. However, their popularity drew in other eyes, too. Civic and political groups took notice of this market audience and attempted to reach them by utilizing the medium as a teaching tool. […]