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Decades Later, 'Spy' Magazine Founders Continue To Torment Trump
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Straight Out Of Brooklyn: 'Encyclofoodia' Pokes Fun At Foodies
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Satire May Be Uncomfortable, But Humor Makes Us Human
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'Charlie Hebdo' Laughed In The Face Of Violence; Will Future Satirists?
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