The original Monocle magazine was a satiric journal edited by Victor Navasky and published irregularly from the late 1950s until the mid-60s.
Monocle also published The Outsider’s Newsletter. It’s motto has resonance in a curiously prescient way: “All We Know Is What We Don’t Read in the Papers.” This was published in the early 1960s when the press was less investigative than it is today.
The issue below is devoted to the musings of Lou Myers, satirist and cartoonist who was one of the mainstays of the magazine, and for my money one of the sharpest humorists of his day. (The Bull Connor of the drawing below is the segregationist Alabama politician who became the poster child of white racism in the South.)
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