G.B. Trudeau launched Doonesbury in 1970, and five years later became the first comic strip artist to win the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning. Now tracking its seventh presidential administration, the strip appears in 1,400 daily and Sunday newspapers around the world. Trudeau lives in New York City.
Doonsbury Redux: Duke 2000 and Revolt of the English Majorsby G.B. Trudeau
While the results of the 2004 elections remain at the forefront of current events, Doonesbury lays out the backstory with this trenchant and timely two-volume punch—now in hardcover for the first time. In DUKE 2000: WHATEVER IT TAKES and THE REVOLT OF THE ENGLISH MAJORS Trudeau's top-drawer satire tracks the ever-morphing zeitgeist of our Dubya Dubya Dubya world with irreverent insight and affectionate outrage.
•Includes 96 pages of color Sunday strips
•The perfect gift for the Doonesbury fan/newshound/pop-culturist in your life
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