Pro- and anti-suffrage propaganda from 19th century Britain and the United States offer some of the best examples of the use of comics art style and design elements in single and multiple panel works from that era, including caricature, panel layouts and panel transitions, especially for showing change over time and contrasting social structures (McCloud, 1994).

I began my research on this topic with the intention of writing a longer blog post here to describe the role of comics and cartoons in these civil rights movements (examples of non-militarized conflict), but instead included it as part of a video presentation for an earlier assignment in this course: (Discussion on this topic starts @ 3:53)