Cartoon: I'm Glad You Dug Up Your Constitution, Joe: I Can't Find Ours
Joseph Lee Parrish (American, 1905–1989). "I’m Glad You Dug up Your Constitution, Joe: I Can’t Find Ours," Chicago Daily Tribune, October 8, 1941. Roosevelt dangles his cigarette holder in an effete manner, while Stalin assembles pieces of a torn-up Soviet constitution. Unbeknownst to the former, the latter has not put the fragment with the word freedom (evoking the American president’s "four freedoms") into place.
The subject of a telephone conversation between the various heads of state was popular in propaganda produced by all sides during World War II