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The funniest of them is "The Conversion of the Jews," in which young Ozzie Freeman backs Rabbi Binder into a corner over the argument whether God could have arranged matters so that Jesus could be born without intercourse. When one stands back and looks at the condition of American humor at this moment, the most significant fact is its dispersal in the various mass media. Americans are listening to humor and looking at it more than they are reading it. Of this humor produced in the mass media the "funnies" are the oldest.
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