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G FORCE | BOB STAAKE

He's got it covered

Bob Staake designed the New Yorker cover (above) that ran after Barack Obama's election. Bob Staake designed the New Yorker cover (above) that ran after Barack Obama's election. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
November 27, 2008

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Newshounds everywhere ran out to buy newspapers to commemorate this year's historic presidential election. Fans of The New Yorker, meanwhile, looked to the magazine's cover to see what commentary it would offer on the national state of mind post-election. The design - with the "o" in "Yorker" shining down as a full moon on a glowing Lincoln Memorial, was the ... (Full article: 458 words)

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