Some critics of my work took the view that a satirist should defer to the finer feelings of his readers and respect widely held beliefs.
I have learned from experience that, in the bluff and counterbluff of world politics, to draw a hostile war lord as a horrible monster is to play his game. What he doesn't like is being shown as a silly ass.
Churchill was one of the few men I have met who even in the flesh give me the impression of genius. George Bernard Shaw is another. It is amusing to know that each thinks the other is overrated.
Making a cartoon occupied usually about three full days, two spent in labour and one in removing the appearance of labour.
I have never met anyone who wasn't against war. Even Hitler and Mussolini were, according to themselves.
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