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Controversial magazine covers

POSTED: 12:19 PM Jul 17 2013   UPDATED: 10:25 AM Sep 25 2014

A look at President Obama's latest Economist cover and other controversial magazine covers through the years.

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The Economist

The Economist is raising eyebrows with its latest cover that links President Barack Obama's ISIS airstrikes to former President George W. Bush's "Mission Accomplished" blunder, when he declared on an aircraft carrier in a flight suit that major combat operations in Iraq had ended. Here's a look at other controversial magazine covers through the years. (Warning: This collection includes certain images some readers might find offensive.)

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