Newspapers: Too Good to Miss

To those merry mischiefmakers, the editorial cartoonists, Lyndon Johnson's prefabricated one-man show in Atlantic City was a target too good to miss. They didn't miss. Paul Conrad, the Los Angeles Times's skillful puncturer, managed to get in two telling darts: one showed Johnson surrounded by a host of his own images on TV screens—and fuming because one of the sets showed an interloping Yogi Bear. In the other Conrad cartoon, a complacent President patted himself on the back while informing the nation: "Extremism in defense of my program is no vice; and...

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