What Would John Brown Do?
Created by artist Jason BARRR
(John Brown is known as the Kansan who became a hero to many American abolitionists for his refusal to accept or to compromise with slavery in the 1850s. In an article from 2011, Lawrence Magazine asked several historians to evaluate the legacy of John Brown and to apply it to modern thought. We also tapped artist Jason Barr for a humorous take on a little-known aspect of Brown's strengths--a master of disguise. In order to carry out his plot against state-sanctioned slavery, Brown was forced to adopt personages and disguises when meeting with supporters and financial backers. Here, Barr helps you prep John Brown with a variety of secret agent costume changes for his latest undercover mission against whatever forces of modern evil he would choose to fight. Bonus: There's even a cut-out John Brown beard for you to wear! Ad astra, John Brown!)
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