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Mad is known for its humor and satire. Its latest issue, though, took on a more poignant commentary about school shootings. NPR's Scott Simon talks to executive editor Bill Morrison about it.

Mad Magazine Changes Tone With Four-Page Comic Strip On School Shootings

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