Samuel Dinsmore's Garden of Eden
"Here is the soldier with his gun shooting at the Indian on the next tree. And here is the girl after the soldier. I know that is right. I was a soldier once myself. They are after soldiers today but she doesn't know that the trust has got her around the waist..." And here he goes on a long dissertation about chartered rights, trusts, monopolies, much too long to relate here. But he ends it all with "They are protected by the Star Spangled Banner. That flag protects capital today better than it does humanity. It drafted the boys but asked the money to volunteer."
"Here is the Indian with his bow and arrow shooting at the dog on the next tree."
(I failed to get a picture of the next tree, so the following photos are not mine,
but thank you to whoever you are that had better foresight than I did.)
"Now this side is modern civilization as I see it.
If it is not right I am to blame, but if the Garden of Eden is not right Moses is to blame.
He wrote it up and I built it."