1. The Quantum Paradox of Truthiness: Satire, Activism, and the Postmodern Condition
  2. James E. Caron
  3. pp. 153-181
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  1. After Politics/After television: Veep, Digimodernism, and the Running Gag of Government
  2. Joe Conway
  3. pp. 182-207
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  1. Pious Policymaking: The Participatory Satires of Stephen Colbert
  2. Marcus Paroske
  3. pp. 208-235
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  1. Black Women’s Satire as (Black) Postmodern Performance
  2. Jessyka Finley
  3. pp. 236-265
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  1. Can I Live?: Contemporary Black Satire and the State of Postmodern Double Consciousness
  2. Lisa Guerrero
  3. pp. 266-279
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  1. “To Soften the Heart”: George Saunders, Postmodern Satire, and Empathy
  2. Layne Neeper
  3. pp. 280-299
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  1. The National Joker: Abraham Lincoln and the Politics of Satire by Todd Nathan Thompson (review)
  2. Rosemary Gallagher
  3. pp. 300-304
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  1. Rebel Souls: Walt Whitman and America’s First Bohemians by Justin Martin (review)
  2. Daniel Burge
  3. pp. 304-306
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  1. The Story of Puck: What Fools These Mortals Be! by Michael Alexander Kahn and Richard Samuel West (review)
  2. Winifred Morgan
  3. pp. 307-309
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  1. The Cherokee Kid: Will Rogers, Tribal Identity, and the Making of an American Icon by Amy M. Ware (review)
  2. John Wharton Lowe
  3. pp. 309-312
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  1. A Mickey Mouse Reader by Garry Apgar (review)
  2. Peter C. Kunze
  3. pp. 313-315
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  1. Harvey Kurtzman: The Man Who Created Mad and Revolutionized Humor in America by Bill Schelly (review)
  2. John Bird
  3. pp. 315-318
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  1. Laughter, Humor, and the (Un)Making of Gender: Historical and Cultural Perspectives ed. by Anna Foka and Jonas Liliequist (review)
  2. Joy Moore
  3. pp. 319-322
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  1. Women and Comedy: History, Theory, Practice ed. by Peter Dickinson et al. (review)
  2. Stephanie Brown
  3. pp. 322-327
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  1. The Comic Offense: From Vaudeville to Contemporary Comedy by Rick DesRochers (review)
  2. Tara E. Friedman
  3. pp. 327-330
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  1. Dick’s Last Stand by Richard Pryor, and: Dick Jokes by Donelle Woolford (review)
  2. Rachel E. Blackburn
  3. pp. 331-335
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 336-338
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