Excerpts from The New Yorker's On the Money: The Economy in Cartoons, 1925-2009
Written by The New Yorker
Forward by Malcolm Gladwell
The New Yorker has been at the forefront of social commentary since it was first published in 1925. Even when the markets have been down, its famous single-panel cartoons have found a way to add humor to the economic landscape.
In this sample of On the Money, fans can revel in 10 of The New Yorker's best cartoons on the theme of money, culled from the past 80+ years. From bossy businessmen to crooked creditors to slighted stockholders, no one in the financial world has escaped humorously critical jabs from the master of cartoon humor. The collection is edited by The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Robert Mankoff.
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The New Yorker is an award-winning weekly magazine featuring reporting, criticism, commentary, fiction, poetry, and renowned single-panel cartoons. It has won more National Magazine Awards, the magazine world's equivalent of the Oscars, than any other magazine. Its contributors have won numerous awards, including the Nobel Prize and the Pulitzer Prize.
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