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An apt metaphor for the Cold War rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union

  • Feb 25, 2009
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The regular "Spy vs. spy" feature of Mad Magazine has always been my favorite feature. It is a lampoon of the cold war where each nation engaged in a tit-for-tat relationship of deception, dishonesty and betrayal. One spy is dressed in all-black and the other in all-white, butt other than that there is no distinction in their behavior. Their battle went on year after year with destruction and no end in sight. All of this made the feature an apt metaphor for the cold war rivalry. This book contains some of the best examples of this entertaining feature, so if you are like me and enjoy the spoof, you will enjoy it as much as I did.

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Two bumbling spies, the white spy and the black spy, in cartoon antics. First time in print.
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ISBN-10: 0446304549
ISBN-13: 978-0446304542
Author: Prohias
Publisher: Warner Books Inc

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