Caricaturists: Making Faces at Sacred Cows

Irreverence toward the high and mighty was revived in the nightclubs and on TV by such iconoclasts as Mort Sahl, Dick Gregory and the late Lenny Bruce. In magazines, the door was opened by such immoderates as Ramparts and Evergreen. The result has been the rise of a new generation of political caricaturists who consider no public figure too sacred, no insult too excessive. The front lines are manned by established satirists like Jules Feiffer, David Levine and Ronald Searle. Behind them, a new platoon of caricaturists is fast moving up. And one of the best is a...

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