Chicago Sun-Times columnist Lewis Lazare isn't budging an inch from his position that the Aug. 22 single-advertiser issue of the New Yorker violated the American Society of Magazine Editors' guidelines on the separation of advertising and editorial. Specifically, Lazare asserts that in terms of the magazine's cartoons and illustrations, the "line of demarcation between the New Yorker editorial product and the Target ads begins to blur badly."

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