One of the great literary guilty pleasures of the late 1980s and the early 1990s was an irreverent monthly magazine titled "Spy."

The publication, which from its inaugural issue adopted a take-no-prisoners attitude, specialized in skewering the foppish and me-first members of society, government, media and the arts.

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