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The Cartoon Yearbook 1946 promised "rib-tickling cartoons by America's leading humorists." While it did deliver over 60 pages of cartoons, many of them were reprints of strips that had appeared as much as four years earlier in titles such as Stag and The Colonel. Al White Publications was clearly counting on the reading public having a short collective memory.