Art: Young & Grosz

Last fortnight was an important one for parlor Communists and students of caricature. Two of the ablest satirists in the U. S. published books.* Apart from the artists' hatred of war and fascism, and unswerving devotion to socialism, neither books nor authors had anything in common.

Tall, sober, handsome and immaculately dressed Satirist Grosz was born in Berlin in 1893, has been a resident of Long Island since 1934, expects to become a U. S. citizen. Condemned to death as a pacifist during the War, he was let off with front-line service on...

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