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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Vale Bill Leak: a Satirist Who Played Hard and Took No Prisoners
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'If you ever found a Bill Leak cartoon mildly amusing, you should take a good, hard look at yourself. Bill’s gauge for emotional volume only needed to be calibrated between 9 and 11 (out of 10). Love the cartoons, or hate them: those are the sane options. No modern Australian cartoonist can claim to be so forceful, either in satirical purpose or in graphic line.' (Introduction)

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