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Buhle, Paul. From the Lower East Side to Hollywood: Jews in american popular culture. London, New York: Verso, 2004.   
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Buhle, Paul. "Toward the Understanding of the Visual Vernacular: Radicalism in comics and cartoons." Rethinking Marxism 18. (2006): 367–81.   
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Buhle, Paul, ed. Jews and American Comics: An illustrated history of an american art form. New York: New Press, 2008.   
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Buhle, Paul. "Eco-Comics, Then and Now." Capitalism Nature Socialism 20. (2009): 68–73.   
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Buhle, Paul. "Wisconsin’s Comic Art: From underground to the forefront." The Wisconsin Magazine of History 92. (2009): 42–53.   
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Buhle, Paul. "Harvey Pekar, in Memory." Studies in Comics 1. (2010): 191–95.   
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Buhle, Paul. "Juden und Comics." Helden, Freaks und Superrabbis. Die jüdische Farbe des Comics. Eds. Margret Kampmeyer-Käding and Cilly Kugelmann. Berlin: Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin, 2010. 10–22.   
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Kitchen, Denis and Paul Buhle. The Art of Harvey Kurtzman: The mad genius of comics. New York: Abrams, 2009.   
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Portnoy, Eddie and Paul Buhle. "Comic Strips/Comic Books." Jews and American Popular Culture. Ed. Paul Buhle. Vol. 2. New York: Praeger, 2007. 313–41.   
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