This week’s New Yorker magazine cover.

The problem, says Elaine Miller, a former professor who gives talks on gender and race in political cartoons, is that “once you launch a work of art it belongs to the reader. The artist’s intent is very interesting, but the reader owns the interpretation.”

USA Today, July 15, 2008

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