Cartoonists: Not Mad at Anybody

∙"We're alone, dear," says Lady Bird Johnson, seated at the breakfast table with her husband. "You can refer to him by name instead of 'my opponent.' " ∙Gushes the sweet young thing to her studious male escort: "I guess I am to you what Cuba is to Russia—friendly, but expensive!" ∙To the police sergeant, the patrolman explains a fact of modern life: "You can tell the delinquents who come from affluent families—instead of razors they use electric carving knives!" These needle-sharp political gibes are the work of James O. Berry, 32, whose cartoon feature, Berry's World, is syndicated...

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