The Presidential Cabinet was originally created in 1986, as a kind of social commentary, upon the undemocratic excesses enacted during the term of then President Ronald Reagan. It seemed appropriate to me, during the present disastrous reign of Donald Trump, to take a renewed look at these images that seem more apt than ever before.
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