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The New Yorker Editor in Chief David Remnick proved he can hold his own with Tina Brown when it comes to controversial covers. The March 8 cover by Art Spiegelman, who was responsible for several mini-storms under Ms. Brown, brought more than 150 police supporters to the doors of the magazine's offices late last week to demonstrate. The cartoon was meant to spark debate, not insult, Mr.
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