This cartoon shows a booze-toting Death looming over victim number 5, representing the one death out of every five that results from drunk driving. It echoes present-day ad campaigns against drunk driving, complete with catchy slogan: “If you drive don’t drink. If you drink don’t drive.” Bishop wrote these leaflets during the 1950s and early 1960s, when Prohibition was almost 30 years past. Here he targets a specific abuse of alcohol, instead of condemning all drinking, suggesting an evolution from earlier beliefs in which any drinking was unjustifiable.