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For Love, the town satire in contrast "speaks to a new social formation which was still in the process of fashioning its identity" (67) and he sees the lampoon writers, along with the dramatists, as "training its members in acceptable modes of deportment, and of articulating shared values" (68).
The Republican National Committee declined to comment on the MoveOnPlease site and said it has not yet issued a convention floor pass for the National Lampoon.
Founded in the late 1960s by editors of the Harvard Lampoon, the National Lampoon became an astounding success during the late 1970s.
It was called ``National Lampoon Radio Hour,'' even though almost all the shows were 30 minutes long.