Chuckles. The organization by decade of a new cartoon collection from The New Yorker titled, On the Money: The Economy in Cartoons 1925-2009, presents a reader with the opportunity to gain insight along with laughter. For example, a lot of the humor in the decade after World War II was about inflation and price increases. Malcolm Gladwell’s entertaining introduction to this collection was lively and refreshing. I savored this collection by reading one decade at a time. Now, I’ll go back through and select my favorites. Any reader who loves the cartoons from The New Yorker will enjoy this collection.
Rating: Three-star (Recommended)