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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Harvey Kurtzman
Before "The Daily Show," ''The Simpsons" or even "Saturday Night Live," Al Feldstein helped show America how to laugh at authority and giggle at popular culture.
Before "The Simpsons" or even "The Daily Show," Al Feldstein showed America how to laugh at itself and giggle at popular culture.
Kurtzman admirers insisted that he had the sharper edge, but Feldstein guided Mad to mass success.