Apr, 1920
Cartoon from the Lusk committee report:

"The confidence thus engendered in these groups is well expressed by a cartoon which appears in the February issue of the 'Liberator'" a radical magazine published in this city. It depicts the premiers of the allied countries and President Wilson seated on one side of a chess table, and Lenin on the other. The title of the cartoon is 'Checkmate, Gentlemen,' and it bears this legend: 'There are just two moves they can make -- war against Russia which will mean revolution at home; peace with Russia which will mean the spread of Soviet principles throughout the world.'