American satire  

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Marriage : (n.) A household consisting of a master, a mistress, and two slaves, making in all, two. --The Devil's Dictionary


"Perhaps the satire magazine that most closely resembles Charlie Hebdo in terms of inflammatory imagery was The Realist, created by Paul Krassner." — Time, 2015[1]


"Shades of Lehrer's sick humor were also evident in the work of cartoonists such as Edward Gorey, Tomi Ungerer, William Shoemaker, Gahan Wilson, and ..."--Revel with a Cause: Liberal Satire in Postwar America (2010) by Stephen E. Kercher

Pyramid of Capitalist System, anonymous American cartoon (1911)
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Pyramid of Capitalist System, anonymous American cartoon (1911)

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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel
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American satire is satire from the United States.

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Anglo-American satire




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