Issues
April 1973, Vol. 1, No. 37 / Prejudice

“COVER: Yet another in the National Lampoon‘s distinguished Salute to Popular Magazine Cover-Styles series. this is number 6, ‘Psychology Today: the Stupid Surrealistic Switch Illustrating Some Pointless Aspect of Race Relations.’ Photographed by David Kaestle.” [The cover shows a white “lawn jockey” figure outside a tenement building in a black ghetto.]

Contents (listing only)

Editorial, Uncredited; Cartoon by S. Gross

Letters, Uncredited; Illustration by Marvin Mattleson

Mrs. Agnew’s Diary, Uncredited [Doug Kenney]; Illustration by Marvin Mattleson

News on the March, Uncredited [Henry Beard]; Illustration by Marvin Mattleson, Photographs uncredited

True Facts, Uncredited; Illustration by Marvin Mattleson

White Exploitation Movie Posters, By George W. S. Trow; Illustrated by Gray Morrow

Foto Funnies, Uncredited; Illustration by Marvin Mattleson; Photographs uncredited [features Henry Beard]

Inverted Stereotypes, By John Boni; Illustrated by Rick Meyerowitz

Tales of Uncle Ho, By Henry Beard; Illustrations by Randall Enos

Americans United to Beat the Dutch, By Henry Beard and Christopher Cerf; Illustrations by Celia Bau and Don Perlin; Photographs uncredited

The Joys, etc., of Yiddish, By Gerald Sussman; Illustration by Stan Mack

Adolph Hitler’s Device for Gassing Rube Goldberg, By Michael O’Donoghue; Illustration by Randall Enos

All in de Fambly, By Chris Miller an Marc Rubin; Illustration by Melinda Bordelon

Would You Want Your Daughter to Marry One?, Cartoons by Rodrigues

Foto Funnies, Uncredited; Illustration by Marvin Mattleson; Photographs uncredited [features Michael Gross]

The Shame of the North, Written and illustrated by Bruce McCall

Ivory Magazine, By George W. S. Trow and Henry Beard; Photographs uncredited

Surprise Poster #4, Photograph by David Parkinson

Profiles in Chopped Liver: Our Greatest Jewish Presidents, By Gerald Sussman; Illustration by Michael Gross

Funny Pages, Featuring “Nuts” by Gahan Wilson; “Dirty Duck” by Bobby London; “The Kiss” by Ed Subitzky; “Idyl” by Jeff Jones; “Cheech Wizard” by Vaughn Bodé; “The Aesop Brothers, Siamese Twins” by Rodrigues