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Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. Irish were consistently depicted as violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. Irish were consistently depicted as violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

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Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. Irish were consistently depicted as violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. Irish were consistently depicted as violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. Irish were consistently depicted as violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Postcard circa 1910. Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. Irish were consistently depicted as violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. Irish were consistently depicted as ragged, violent, heavy drinkers of lesser intelligence. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.

Another example of racist stereotypes of the Irish - Punch Magazine from England often portrayed the Irish as simian and called them monkeys. 'Potato Faces' with pug noses were typically used as well for both men and women. The issue of Irish comic and racist caricature especially in the United States and England has been the subject of much research.