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English: Editorial cartoon: Uncle Sam directs U.S. Senators (and Representatives?) implicated in the Credit Mobilier scheme to commit Hari-Kari. Carl Schurz and Charles Sumner peer out from behind a screen.
Date 8 March 1873
Source Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 8, 1873, p. 420
Author Joseph Keppler
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Smiler — : “I am an honest man. If Nesbitt were here, he'd say so. I never took anything that wasn't given to me.   Uncle Sam: “Jes' so! jes' so! You took all you could git; but you perjured yourself by saying you got nothing. Commit hari-kari.   Schurz: “The old man has found them out; but he wouldn't believe us, when we told him, last Summer.
(When the Japanese condemn a man to hari-kari the victim's best friend stands by to finish the work.)
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