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Pogo’s developmental period at the Star lasted for only about four months, however, because the paper went into financial insolvency on 28 January 1949. The reasons for this collapse had much to do with the experimental and idealistic vision of the paper’s backers; they attempted to create an “independent newspaper, as independent of the tyranny of slogans and colors as it is of vested interests” (Ibid. 10). A publication with such lofty principles and goals would require some kind of private or government funding in order to survive in a market in which most papers were too eager to subsume all editorial goals to the primacy of the profit margin.

The reasons for this collapse had much to do with the experimental and idealistic vision of the paper’s backers; they attempted to create an “independent newspaper, as independent of the tyranny of slogans and colors as it is of vested interests” (Ibid. 10). A publication with such lofty principles and goals would require some kind of private or government funding in order to survive in a market in which most papers were too eager to subsume all editorial goals to the primacy of the profit margin.

There were drawbacks as there are to everything, but it was an astounding experiment and experience as I look back on it. Certainly it was the only education I ever received . ” (Barrier). The fact that Kelly’s later work would become so densely literate and full of parodies and allusions to great authors such as Mark Twain, Lewis Carroll, and Charles Dickens suggests how well-read he had become as an adult—through both his own efforts and this liberal arts training at Disney. Kelly originally sold himself as a gag and story man at Disney, and was thus assigned to the storyboard department.

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