Read all of Slate's coverage of the 40th anniversary of Doonesbury.
"Mr. Butts: Gene Weingarten on the character that could have killed Doonesbury but didn't," by Gene Weingarten. Posted Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.
"Uncle Duke Is My Hero: Walter Isaacson pays tribute to his favorite Doonesbury character, Uncle Duke," by Walter Isaacson. Posted Wednesday, Oct. 27
"The Grown-Up: Jeffrey Toobin on his favorite Doonesbury character, Mike Doonesbury," by Jeffrey Toobin. Posted Tuesday, Oct. 26.
"B.D. Wounded in Iraq: Thomas Ricks on his favorite Doonesbury strip," by Thomas E. Ricks. Posted Tuesday, Oct. 26.
"The Art of Garry Trudeau: The drawings, sketches, posters, and other art of Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau." Posted Oct. 26, 2010.
"The Fugitive Housewife: Gail Collins celebrates her favorite Doonesbury character, Joanie Caucus." Posted Oct. 25, 2010.
"Me and Uncle Duke: What happened when Hunter Thompson told me Garry Trudeau was spying on him," by Nicholas Von Hoffman. Posted Oct. 25, 2010.
"An Interview With Garry Trudeau: The Doonesbury creator on his stamina, the difficult of satirizing Obama, and the most bizarre attack on his strip ever." Posted Oct. 25, 2010.
"Doonesbury's 200 Greatest Moments: The funniest, strangest, and most dramatic moments in Garry Trudeau's classic comic strip." Posted Oct. 25, 2010.
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