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The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886 on New York City's Liberty Island, and it's been standing 151 feet (and 1 inch) tall to welcome immigrants, tourists, and otherwise, ever since. Political cartoonists love to tap into its iconic power to illustrate the state of the nation, but today we've assembled some decidedly more lighthearted fare to show off its capacity for comedy.

Read on for 10 Statue of Liberty Day comics that make hay of The New Colossus!

 

Peanuts By Charles Schulz Sept 12, 1977

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Brevity By Dan Thompson Jan 28, 2010

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Savage Chickens By Doug Savage July 4, 2012

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Frank and Ernest By Thaves Feb 2, 2014

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Garfield By Jim Davis May 18, 1991

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