SLUTZ is an attention getting acronyn for the the reasons the United States enters WWI--
S = Sussex Pledge
L = Luisitania
U = U-boats
T = ties with Britain
Z = Zimmerman Note
This acrostic is illustrated via political cartoons from WWI.
A dissatisfied customer replied "no directives." However, no member of my U.S. History team ever had difficulty fleshing out the historical narrative with these political cartoons. But in the "customer is always right" vein, another way I use these is to analyze and discuss with students the caricature, captions, labels, symbolism, artist's message, as well as type of propaganda (name calling, bandwagon, demonizing, cardstacking, fallacy, etc.) being used.
H-m-m-m, I never have a problem, nor any of my team, narrating the historical facts surrounding the cartoons, nor having students analyze through discussion according to caricature, symbolism, labels, captions, and artist's message.
Does that help your "no directives" beef?
However, for only $1.99 you were saved spending several hours hunting these particular obtuse political cartoons out of various archives.
Additionally, if you worry about "being taken" with this purchase, there was enough in the thumbnails and the description for you to do your own research, find your own cartoons, and add your own narrative, using your own effort and time, without spending a buck ninety-nine.
And lastly, if you still think you didn't get your money's worth, send me your snail mail address and I'll refund your $1.99.