By Jack E. Levin
“Fourscore and 7 years in the past our fathers introduced forth in this continent a brand new state,
conceived in liberty and devoted to the proposition that each one males are created equal.”
Long sooner than his conservative manifesto Liberty and Tyranny turned a no 1 ny instances bestseller, Mark R. Levin’s love for his kingdom was once instilled in him via his father, Jack E. Levin. At relatives dinners, Jack could proportion his bountiful wisdom of yankee heritage and, particularly, the muse of Abraham Lincoln.
The son of immigrants, Jack Levin is an American patriot who spoke back with deep own emotion
to Lincoln’s demand liberty and equality. His admiration for the nice Civil struggle president encouraged
him to in my opinion layout and convey a gorgeous quantity, more desirable with interval illustrations and
striking battlefield photographs by way of Matthew Brady and different popular photographers of the period, that
brings to lifestyles the words...
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And while in the service, Jack would use brief respites to draw cartoons, which were published in a variety of newspapers. After the war, my father worked for a company making displays for store windows and trade shows. Around this time he met a beautiful young lady, Norma Rubin. The next morning Jack told his mother that one day he would marry her. I. Bill. He earned his room and board by working in the cafeteria. But Jack’s love of art and history would lure him back to his hometown of Philadelphia.
Norma was a brilliant student. She graduated from Arcadia University with a Bachelor of Science degree and began teaching fourth and fifth graders in public school. Jack enrolled in the Philadelphia College of Art, where he majored in advertising and began experimenting with new ideas, in particular unique drawings and images of clowns. He created a new concept at the time—using only hands and faces to convey ideas and messages, which he turned into a cartoon strip called, remarkably enough, Hands and Faces.
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