Letters to the Editor

Editorial cartoons

Re the April 23 letter accusing the Miami Herald’s Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, Jim Morin, of suffering from myopia:

It is his job to open the eyes of those who have a mistaken and misplaced trust in inept or corrupt politicians.

Morin follows in the footsteps of the great Thomas Nast.

He exposed to the illiterate masses of 19th-century New York, the corruption of the Tweed Ring using cartoons to educate their minds.

Marshall Sober,

Bay Harbor Islands

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