Issue: 19770701

Friday, July 1, 1977
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Articles
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Esquire
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Heublein Inc.: Smirnoff
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HEUBLEIN INC.
SMIRNOFF
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0002.xml
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2,3
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R.J. Revnolds Tobacco Co.
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R.J. Revnolds Tobacco Co.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0003.xml
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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tableOfContents
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Esquire
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0005.xml
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Faberge, Inc.
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FABERGE, INC.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0006.xml
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6
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Somerset Importers Ltd.: Tanqueray Emerald
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Somerset Importers Ltd.
Tanqueray Emerald
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0007.xml
masthead
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Esquire
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0008.xml
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Kodak
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Kodak
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0009.xml
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8,9
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James B. Lansing Sound Inc.
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James B. Lansing Sound Inc.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0010.xml
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Advertisement: Marlboro Light
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Marlboro Light
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The Sound & The Fury
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The Sound and the Fury
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I used to see a lot of Sam Jaffe, subject of the Taylor Branch articles (Washington: Sam Jaffe and the New Blacklist, March, and The Man Who Called Walter Cronkite a Spy, April), during the years 1953 and 1954, when we were both newly married to our first wives.
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BOOKS
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Women Are Not All Alike: II
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ALFRED KAZIN
<p>She was born when Queen Victoria had almost twenty years to reign. She was known to be chary of sex with anyone. She was physically so shy that it was a nervous agony for her to try on a new dress in a shop and to buy underclothes. A lesbian friend said, “I am scared to death of arousing physical feelings in her, because of the madness.”</p>
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0013.xml
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Advertisements
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British Leyland Motors Inc.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0014.xml
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0015.xml
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Advertisement: Benson & Hedges 100's
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Benson & Hedges 100's
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GETTING AWAY
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Sing a Song of Skytrain
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STEPHEN BIRNBAUM
There are few names in travel that inspire such passionate reaction as Freddie Laker’s. To the traveling public he is the champion of the tourist masses, come to rescue them from the venal clutches of the travel oligarchy. For its part, the travel establishment sees Laker as a publicity-grabbing blusterer who opens his mouth mainly to change feet.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0017.xml
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Gm
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GM
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0018.xml
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22,24,48
THE LANGUAGE
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Authors Without Fear Or Shame
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JOHN SIMON
In the beginning was the word. But by the time the second word was added to it, there was trouble. For with it came syntax, the thing that tripped up so many people. And they’re tripping up more than ever today. It is amazing to find established, leading American writers committing the kind of grammatical errors that in the days when college was not yet junior high school, and high school not yet kindergarten, would have been unacceptable from a mere student.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0019.xml
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Miles Laboratories, Inc.
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Miles Laboratories, Inc.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0020.xml
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Britannica Home Library Service, Inc.
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Britannica Home Library Service, Inc.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0021.xml
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Wynfield House
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Wynfield House
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0022.xml
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Backstage With Esquire
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Backstage with Esquire
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G.N.
In a letter to William Saroyan, H.L. Mencken had this to say about magazine editing: “I note what you say about your aspiration to edit a magazine. I am sending you by this mail a six-chambered revolver. Load it and fire every one into your head.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0023.xml
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A Consolidated Foods Company
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A CONSOLIDATED FOODS COMPANY
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0024.xml
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SPORTS
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The Fighting Side of Baseball
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ROY BLOUNT JR.
When I heard this spring that Lenny Randle of the Texas Rangers had battered his manager, Frank Lucchesi, I remembered the time an athlete with a history of hitting people called me long-distance. He said he had thought we were friends, that after reading what I’d written about him he felt betrayed.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0025.xml
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R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: Salem King & Salem 100's
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Salem King & Salem 100's
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0026.xml
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Puerto Rican Rums
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Puerto Rican Rums
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0027.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0028.xml
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FEATURES
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Overdose
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NORA EPHRON
<p>I started to write this column about the new special sections in The New York Times. I had a nice lead for it, and I had a funny story to tell, and I had a few points to make about the Cuisinarting of America. I went over to The Times and had an amazing interview with a Times business executive who talked about something called psychographics.</p>
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GRITS
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The Goat Day Olympics
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HARRY CREWS
The Goat Day Olympics starts in Lillian’s Music Store, which is no music store at all, but one of the best bars in northern Florida. George Swinford, a good man with anything but a better man with a nickel, started the place on five hundred dollars from his Bank Americard.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0030.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0031.xml
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OUTDOORS
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Hemingway Fished Here
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JIM HARRISON
It all began quite accidentally. I wanted to go farther north than my northern Michigan home for a few days of rest from nothing—a condition of torpor that is the most exhausting of all human activities. So I loaded my old yellow Chevy pickup with gear and headed out for the Straits of Mackinac, deciding at the last moment to avoid the freeway by passing through Charlevoix and Petoskey.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0032.xml
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Minolta Corporation
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Minolta Corporation
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0033.xml
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.
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Carillon importers, Ltd.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0034.xml
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Scholl, Inc.
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Scholl, Inc.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0035.xml
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MONEY
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Hanging Bookshelves on Tax Brackets
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ANDREW TOBIAS
The subject of this column is something like “Your Tax Bracket: It’s Higher Than You Think,” but I want to lead into it through the back door (now that I have a back door) of my new apartment. Probably the best, most sensible, most potentially lucrative and rewarding investment you can make today, regardless of where you live or what your financial situation, is to buy a cooperative apartment on Manhattan’s increasingly fashionable upper West Side. I want to stress that my saying this has absolutely nothing to do with my just having purchased such an apartment, nor with my intense interest in seeing its market value rise.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0037.xml
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Austin, Nichols & Co.: Campari & Orange Juice
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AUSTIN, NICHOLS & CO.
CAMPARI & ORANGE JUICE
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0038.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0039.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0040.xml
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.: Bombay Gin
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.
Bombay Gin
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0041.xml
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W. A. Taylor & Company
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W. A. TAYLOR & COMPANY
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0042.xml
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Liggett Group Inc.
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LIGGETT GROUP INC.
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article
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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Brutal Truths
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So you want to get a job. And jobs are hard to get. Oddly enough, that’s not a bad situation to find yourself in. It means you’ll have to sweat a little, worry a little, plan quite a bit. And you’ll get wiser quicker, which is the valuable thing about it.
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FEATURES
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The Generation That Was Never Going to Have to Work
One day there was a job to do, and somebody had to do it
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Mark Jacobson
<p>I could see this good-bye was going to be hard to take. It wasn’t going to be quite as memorable as the time I got on a plane in the Manila airport and saw a Filipino soldier push my wife, Andrea, away from the observation-deck rail with his submachine-gun butt.</p>
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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Nuts, Bolts and Directions
The rules of the game
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Achieving Job Fit Is the work you are doing laborious, difficult and tedious? Can others do it faster and better than you can? In that case, you are probably pursuing the wrong career. But what is the right one? Think: what do you do so well you take it for granted; what do you do that always makes people say, “Hey, you’re good at that!”?
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Contacts: It’s All in Who You Know
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Okay, your parents paid $20,000 to put you through four years of college. So how come no one will hire you? Because, kid, you gotta know someone. You don’t? Then you must know someone who knows someone who has an uncle. Of course you do. That’s why you went to college, stupid.
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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Facing the Interview
Just relax, be yourself, and everything will be awful
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John Berendt
Advice to the job hunter, like advice to the lovelorn and the fat, is one of those subjects people like to make pious rules for and publish worthless books about. I have looked at several job-hunter books, in particular the sections devoted to The Interview, and I can tell you they are mostly trash.
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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The Interview Suit
A fashion survival guide
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You’ll have enough on your mind during a job interview without worrying whether your clothes are wrecking your chances. And they might be: eighty-four out of over a hundred top executives polled by fashion consultant John Molloy admitted that they had rejected job applicants on the basis of inappropriate attire alone.
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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Is This Any Way to Make a Living?
A survey of job prospects in selected fields
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Myra Friedman
The demand for skilled accountants is decidedly on the rise. What’s more, this growing arena of business offers a relatively even distribution of job opportunities throughout the country. While the picture is optimistic for members of both sexes, the employment of women accountants, according to the Department of Labor, has increased more rapidly than that of men since the early Sixties.
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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Alternative Careers for Liberal-arts Majors
Have you ever thought of selling a really good popover?
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A liberal-arts education is a little like a pet hamster: a nice thing to have that’s just shy of being good for anything. Not that knowing the subplot of The Golden Bowl or the declension of a Greek noun will actually do you any harm in life. But you’re probably finding out about the pragmatic real world fast enough without any sympathy from us.
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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Downward Mobility
There are plenty of good jobs that plenty of people think they are too good for. Maybe it’s time to think again
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Philip Singerman
Right now, there are enough historians to last for the next sixty years. English majors are in about as much demand as disposable underwear. Law schools graduate in the neighborhood of thirty-five thousand people each year, and sooner or later somebody is going to have to fix those lawyers’ leaky pipes and patch their driveways.
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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My First Job
We asked a number of prominent Americans to tell us about their first full-time, salaried jobs. Here are their replies
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After graduating from high school in Constantine, Michigan, I got my first job working in a local creamery for $1 a day. That seemed like pretty good pay, but shortly afterwards we were raised to $3.20 a day because of N.R.A. regulations, and it seemed even better.
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HOW TO GET A JOB
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If All Else Fails...
Tell it to your Uncle Sam. He understands
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Remember that if all else fails, Uncle Sam wants you, wants you so badly, in fact, that his lust is almost palpable. Next year the Army alone will spend over $280,000,000 to seduce you into its ranks. Over $50,000,000 of that is for advertising.
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FEATURES
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Remedial Tennis
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Will Eisner
These cartoons could change your life—or at least your tennis game. Will Eisner has played tennis about five hours a week for the last twenty-five years without improving. But he wins. He says lessons are not nearly as important as cheating.
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Articles
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My Short, Happy Life as a Gossip Columnist
It’s easy, when you’re such a likable guy
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Tony Schwartz
For several months, beginning last fall and ending just after the inauguration, I lived a dazzling life. I had just turned twenty-four and my evenings were spent mingling with Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli and Faye Dunaway; Norman Mailer, Kurt Vonnegut and Gay Talese; Linda Ronstadt, John Lennon and Bruce Springsteen ; Chevy Chase, Kris Kristofferson and Peter Falk; Barbara Walters, Bella Abzug and Lee Radziwill; and finally even Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale.
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FEATURES
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Did It Really Happen Here?
Why Nixon got elected
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Richard Reeves
By the end of the summer of 1967, I had six helmets in the trunk of my car. Trophies, proof that I had been there, in some of the one hundred twenty-seven cities where they, “the Negroes,” rioted or otherwise disturbed the peace between May and September.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0057.xml
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FICTION
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Verona: A Young Woman Speaks
Speech more golden than silence
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Harold Brodkey
<p>I know a lot! I know about happiness! I don’t mean the love of God, either: I mean I know the human happiness with the crimes in it. Even the happiness of childhood. I think of it now as a cruel, middle-class happiness. Let me describe one time—one day, one night.</p>
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POTABLES
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Bloody Mary #322
It’s like gazpacho—only totally different
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“Another Bloody Mary recipe? Didn’t they print one last year?” No, we didn’t. And this is not just another recipe for just another Bloody Mary. This one’s different. Got that? Until next summer, then, when we present you with the Best Bloody Mary Recipe Number Umpteen.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0059.xml
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Articles
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Meet Reggie (Dr. Jekyll) Jackson (Mr. Hyde)
Everyone’s favorite enigma in pinstripes
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Harry Stein
<p>“I’d rather hit than have sex,” Reggie Jackson offered up to the man from <i>Time</i> who was laboring on a cover story. “God, do I love to hit that little round sum-bitch out of the park and make ’em say, ‘Wow!’” </p>
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FEATURES
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Mementos and Memories of the 1936 Cairo World's Fair
Remember the Pyramitrion? Six pages for nostalgia buffs
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Bruce McCall
Even Edward VIII had to ride that decrepit train from downtown Cairo out to the fair, but not us. We chartered our own little De Havilland plane because this let you get in some wog bombing. That was Bucky French’s term. The plane would come dipping in to land and we’d lean out and drop bags of Bruce McCall appears regularly in Esquire.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0061.xml
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Articles
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The Art of Eating Out All Alone
If you can do it well, you’ve passed the ultimate test of character
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Jim Villas
At eight-twenty p.m. in New York, a middle-aged American executive in town on business approaches the stone-faced maître d’ at La Caravelle, twenty minutes late for his reservation. He is alone. He wears a beige lightweight suit, carries a newspaper under his arm, and looks a bit lost.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0062.xml
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cartoon
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"You Have Turned Out Well, My Sons. I Can Go in Peace."
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0063.xml
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FEATURES
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Shall We Compare Thee to Lesley-anne Down?
Thou art less lovely, probably
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ROBERT BROWN
A. Hard Facts Unearthed by Esquire’s Team of Researchers: Lesley-Anne Down: born, London, March 17, 1954. Began modeling before thirteen, quickly bored with this, entered Professional Children’s School, where trained as actress, singer, dancer, etc. At fifteen, described by British press as THE MOST BEAUTIFUL TEENAGER IN BRITAIN. Very likely true.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0064.xml
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R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: More
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
More
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0065.xml
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Advertisements
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0066.xml
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Usher's Pro Shop
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Usher's Pro Shop
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0067.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0070.xml
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Martlet Importing Co., Inc.
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Martlet Importing Co., Inc.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0071.xml
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Teac Corporation: Micro Seiki
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TEAC Corporation
MICRO SEIKI
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0072.xml
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Teac Corporation: Accuphase
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TEAC Corporation
Accuphase
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0073.xml
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The Florsheim Shoe Company
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The Florsheim Shoe Company
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0074.xml
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114
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B&wt Co.: Kool
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B&WT CO.
KOOL
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0075.xml
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116
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0076.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0077.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0078.xml
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116
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Capriccio Ristorante
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Capriccio RISTORANTE
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0079.xml
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117
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Booth's Distillery
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Booth's Distillery
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0080.xml
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118
118
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The Prince Hotel Toronto
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The Prince Hotel Toronto
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0081.xml
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118
118
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0082.xml
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118
118
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0083.xml
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118
118
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0084.xml
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119
119
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0085.xml
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121
121
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Bankers Life Company
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BANKERS LIFE COMPANY
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0086.xml
article
122
122
cartoon
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"Ssshhhh! I Think They're Falling for It."
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0087.xml
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123
123
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The Jos. Garneau Co.
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The Jos. Garneau Co.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0088.xml
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124
124
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0089.xml
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125
125
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Cinqfrères Corporation
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CiNQfRÈRES CORPORATION
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0090.xml
article
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126
Poetry
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Madeleine
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PHYLLIS JANOWITZ
The last time he saw her she was eight, strawberry curls spilled down her back. Those days he’d pull squares of divinity out of her ears to make her giggle. He still has a moustache and a worried look, sometimes éclairs burn, sweet rolls fail to rise, angel food falls.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0091.xml
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127
127
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Lem Motlow, Prop., Inc.: Jack Daniel’s
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Lem Motlow, Prop., Inc.
Jack Daniel’s
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0092.xml
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128
128
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Hotel Navarro
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Hotel Navarro
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0093.xml
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129,130,131,132
FEATURES
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Where Have You Gone, Sally Harmony?
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Paul Slansky
<p>Spiro T. Agnew (“Ted”) Vice-President of the United States Most Memorable Statement: “I will not resign if indicted! I will not resign if indicted!” (9/73) Today: President of Pathlite, a Maryland-based international busiPaul Slansky was waiting in line for tickets to a Rolling Stones concert in Philadelphia when the Watergate break-in occurred.</p>
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0094.xml
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133
133
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Earthquest Ltd.
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Earthquest Ltd.
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0095.xml
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134
134
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Advertisement: Esquire
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Esquire
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0096.xml
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135
135
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Barbizon Schools Intl. Headquarters
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Barbizon Schools Intl. Headquarters
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0097.xml
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135
135
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The American Express
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The American Express
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0098.xml
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136
136
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0099.xml
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cartoon
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Cartoon
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0100.xml
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137
137
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Castle Harbour
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Castle Harbour
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0101.xml
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140
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0102.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0103.xml
article
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cartoon
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“That’s What I Mean By, ‘you’re the Most Inept Boss I’ve Ever Worked For.’”
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0104.xml
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141
141,142,143
Articles
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The Stutz Massage Parlor
It strokes: 1) your ego and 2) your wallet
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Cleveland Amory
When you enter the showroom of an automobile that is priced over $100,000, you expect something extra in everything—even the sales pitch. And in the hushed Beverly Hills emporium where the Stutz motorcar is enshrined, you will not be disappointed.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0105.xml
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0106.xml
article
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cartoon
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‘Let’s see. We said it had to be a hundred paces . . . we said it had to be an apple . .. ive said i
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0107.xml
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146
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The Muscle Builder
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The Muscle Builder
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0108.xml
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147
147
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0109.xml
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149
149
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Cosvetic Labs
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Cosvetic Labs
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0110.xml
article
150
150
FEATURES
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David Levine's Vanity Fair
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No one’s around to tell us why Rembrandt van Rijn elected to display himself with a hat in almost everyone of the nearly threescore self-portraits he drew and painted. If the busy milliner knew, he left no record. If Freud had a guess, he wasn’t talking.
Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0111.xml
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151
151
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Chrysler Corporation
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CHRYSLER CORPORATION
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0112.xml
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152
152
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: Winston
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Winston
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Esquire_19770701_0008_007_0113.xml