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November 1974, Vol. 1, No. 56
Civics

 

"COVER: The official National Lampoon portrait of the thirty-eighth President of the United States, by Don Ivan Punchatz."

Contents

News on the March, Uncredited [Henry Beard]; Illustrations by Alan Rose and Fran Hollidge, Photographs uncredited

True Facts, Uncredited; Illustration by Alan Rose

Editorial, Uncredited; Limited Amnesty, By Sean Kelly

Letters, Uncredited; Illustration by Alan Rose

Baba Rum Raisin, Uncredited

Canadian Corner, By Ted Mann, Sean Kelly, and Henry Beard

Congressman's Newsletter, By Doug Kenney; Photographs by Arky & Barrett

The Watergate Book Club, By Henry Beard, Bill Effros, and Sean Kelly; Photograph by Jerry Friedman

Monumental Disasters, Written and illustrated by Wayne McGloughlin

Watergate Down, By Sean Kelly; Illustration by Steve Walker

The Marketplace of Ideas: A Shopper's Guide, By Richard Helfer

Constitutional Comics, By Christopher Cerf and Henry Beard; Illustrated by Russ Heath and Don Perlin

The Runaway Grand Jury, By Christopher Cerf and Henry Beard; Illustrations uncredited

Should You Play Dirty Tricks?, By Chris Miller; Illustration by Larry Ross

Prison Farm, By Henry Beard and Christopher Cerf; Illustrated by Frank Springer

House Resolution 14981, By Bill Effros

Nixon's Resumé, By P. J. O'Rourke

Just a Little Straight Talk Among Friends, By Gerald Sussman; Illustration uncredited [Wayne McGloughlin?]

The Rockefeller Art Collection, Uncredited; Illustrations by Mara McAfee

More Jerry Ford Jokes, By P. J. O'Rourke; Photograph uncredited

Funny Pages, Featuring "Nuts" by Gahan Wilson; "Dirty Duck" by Bobby London; "Shrimpy" by Jeff Cox; "Chicken Gutz" by Randall Enos; "One Year Affair" (two episodes) by Ralph Reese and Byron Preiss; "Idyl" by Jeff Jones; "Trots and Bonnie" by Shary Flenniken; "Come-Too-Soon Comics!" by Ed Subitzky; and "Famous Comic Artists School" by Bruce Cochran

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