New York: The Realist Association, 1961. 24p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches slightly browned with an ink smudge on the front wrap.
Cover story "An impolite interview with Jules Feiffer" with nice photoportrait probably original to the mag; 4p. of Krassner's editorial pages recount his trip to Cuba; 2p. are on violence against blacks in Fayette and Haywood Counties Tennessee, by Ross Anderson, Wallace Nelson and Maurice McCrackin. Also, Realist reactions to viewing a USIA movie bio of Ike (the most lauditory treatment of a president since Weems on Washington), and 7p. of Madalyn E. Murray.