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Political Cartoonist Tony Auth Discusses the Reagan Era.

Tony Auth, political cartoonist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. Auth's single-frame cartoons appear in more than 100 papers around the country through syndication. A new collection of his cartoons has just been published. It's titled Lost in Space: The Reagan Years.

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Other segments from the episode on April 29, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 29, 1988: Interview with Thomas Martinez; Commentary on the music of Dr. John; Interview with Tony Auth; Review of Sandra Bernhard's one-woman show "Without You I'm…

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