We are a pretty enthusiastic bunch here at Last Call Productions.
Two things that are guaranteed to get us excited are presidential elections and playing cards.
If you have paid any attention to the news in recent weeks, you’ll know that many many folks have thrown their hats into the ring as candidates for the upcoming presidential election. There is one certain candidate who can unite this country, who can win victories, who can make this country great again. His critics have accused him of having a temper, of starting public feuds solely to gain attention and notoriety, in short of being little more than a cartoon character, but we just love this candidate and support him.
Donald Duck, to be more precise.
There are some who will question his qualifications and experience, but look at the facts:
He first ran for president in 1936.
He is a patriot!
He has invested heavily in technology, especially the creations of his friend, inventor Gyro Gearloose. You can see a documentary on this famous fowl here.
After WWII, Donald spent more time working for the federal government, in the Department of Housing and Urban Development through the 1970’s. He was so successful, he earned more than twice the maximum rate for federal employees.
He is an ardent supporter of traditional family values.
One of his films, from All of Us to All Of You has been shown on Sweden’s national public-television station every Christmas eve since 1959.
He is so beloved that he has even appeared on playing cards:
So, how can we justify the full title of this article?
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Donald also has an important role in international history and politics. In the 1970s scholars in Chile published a critique of the Walt Disney-Waterfowl as being emblematic of American imperialist policy and practice.
What is the name of this non-fiction critique?
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