Society of Red Tape Cutters

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The illustrated certificate for Franklin D. Roosevelt

The Society of Red Tape Cutters was a series of small articles published by newspapers during World War II to give recognition to military and political figures for keeping bureaucracy from hindering the war effort. Each announcement included a boilerplate "certificate" illustrated by Dr. Seuss and a synopsis of the inductee's actions.

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  1. ^ "Documents relating to Admiral Nimitz's naval career". Navy Department Library.