Sklar interviews Remnick about that New Yorker cover. [Opinion roundup.]
I thought Ruben Bolling's was the best take, meself. I think they were trying to do the impossible (or at least the impossible with just a picture).
If you saw a cover that had a Jewish man with a giant hook nose sitting on a giant pile of money, would you think they were satirizing a stereotype or perpetuating one?
posted by boredwithit at 10:46 PM on July 14, 2008
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