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Monday, November 10, 2014

To Own a Hardbound Copy of the 911 Patriot Act

I Stand To Be Corrected - It Is 
“Spy vs. Spy”

Electronic Behavioral Control Devices Have Been Known to Academia and Engineers for Over Fifty Years!

Antonio Prohias's Illustration Pg.134 "Spy vs. Spy."
Reidelbach, Maria. "MAD's Great Moments In Politics."

 "MAD's Great Moments In Politics."
"If the tenor of the times got to shrill, there was always Mad's Joke and Dagger Department, with Antonio Prohias's Cold War kids in "Spy vs. Spy." Since 1961, the black spy, the white spy, and the occasional gray spy have enacted their monthly game of challenge and deceit, as stylized and ritualized as a Kabuki play. Sometimes the black spy wins, sometimes the white spy;, when Prohias includes the gray spy, she always wins (Reidelbach, Maria).


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Bibliography

Reidelbach, Maria. "MAD's Great Moments In Politics." Completely Mad: a history of the comic book and magazine. New York: MJF Books, 19971991. 132-135. Print. Antonio Prohias's "Spy vs. Spy."

If the tenor of the times got to shrill, there was always Mad's Joke and Dagger Department, with Antonio Prohias's Cold War kids in "Spy vs. Spy." Since 1961, the black spy, the white spy, and the occasional gray spy have enacted their monthly game of challenge and deceit, as stylized and ritualized as a Kabuki play. Sometimes the black spy wins, sometimes the white spy;, when Prohias includes the gray spy, she always wins. Pg.132 and Pg.135 Illustration Pg.134 
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