Issue: 19871101

Sunday, November 1, 1987
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Esquire
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0001.xml
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Philip Morris Inc.
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Philip Morris Inc.
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Buick
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Buick
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0003.xml
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Neiman-Marcus charge card
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tableOfContents
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CONTENTS
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0005.xml
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American PD Company Inc.
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American PD Company Inc.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0006.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0007.xml
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Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc.
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Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0008.xml
masthead
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Esquire
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0009.xml
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Johns & Co.
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Johns & Co.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0010.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0011.xml
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The Sun Glass Company
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The Sun Glass Company
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0012.xml
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Pendleton
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Pendleton
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0013.xml
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Kobrand Corp.
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Kobrand Corp.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0014.xml
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TUSCANY
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0015.xml
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MITSUBISHI
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MITSUBISHI
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0016.xml
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GUCCI
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GUCCI
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0017.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0018.xml
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Advertisement: KOUROS
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KOUROS
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0019.xml
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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Life in the Gay Eighties
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Lee Eisenberg
CRITICS OF THE MASS MEDIA HAVE long charged that television—and most movies, for that matter—are responsible for the doping of the American mind. And it’s hard to argue with the more serious counts of the indictment: that the media mill grinds true emotion into true blather and reduces human character to cartoon character.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0020.xml
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RANGE ROVER
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RANGE ROVER
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0021.xml
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Alpine Electronics of America
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Alpine Electronics of America
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0022.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0023.xml
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LETTERS
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The Sound and the Fury
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EACH AUGUST WHEN YOUR FICTION ISSUE COMES out, I marvel. An entire issue dedicated to something that cannot be mass-produced, flamboyantly marketed, or slathered in designer labels! It amazes and heartens me. Yours is an uncommonly civilized magazine, and this issue (“The Big Guns of August”) is your crowning glory.
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W. A. Taylor & Co.
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W. A. Taylor & Co.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0025.xml
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MOVADO
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MOVADO
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0026.xml
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COSMAIR, INC.
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COSMAIR, INC.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0027.xml
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RALPH LAUREN: POLO
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RALPH LAUREN
POLO
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0028.xml
article
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MAN AT HIS BEST
FIRST-RATE
School for Swingers
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Glen Waggoner
Forget April. The cruelest month, golfers outside the Sun Belt understand too well, is November. For with each falling leaf comes closer that wet, wintry weekend when life as we know it comes to an end. When all but the most utterly crazed of us finally surrender to ugly reality:
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MAN AT HIS BEST
CLASSICS
The Pea Coat
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John Berendt
Before getting into the details of the Navy pea coat, let me draw your attention to Eustace Tilley. Mr. Tilley is the dandy who adorns the cover of the anniversary issue of The New Yorker every February. He wears a high top hat, a billowing neckcloth, and extremely wide lapels.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0030.xml
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MAN AT HIS BEST
BIBLIOPHILIA
Time Travelers
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Behold the ubiquitous travel book or, more properly, the travel guide. It tells you where to eat and sleep, which ancient ruins to Not Miss, and how to get to the volcano where they used to sacrifice the virgins. Oh, it’s useful and functional, like sun block and traveler’s checks, but it rarely, if ever, speaks to your heart.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0031.xml
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Raymond Weil
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Raymond Weil
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0032.xml
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MAN AT HIS BEST
THE DRINKING MAN
Learning to Love Sauternes
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Jeff Cooperman
Château d’Yquem: the name itself, unwieldy, obscure, is a great part of the mystique that surrounds this rare Sauternes wine. It has been shamelessly, lovingly acclaimed as Bordeaux’s greatest single wine, lionized by normally reserved oenophiles, extolled as a pearl among swine.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0033.xml
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THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS SALES COMPANY
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THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS SALES COMPANY
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0034.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0035.xml
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MAN AT HIS BEST
THE SEASONED COOK
Waiter, What’s That Ribollita Doing in My Soup?
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Elizabeth Sahatjian
Although leftover meatloaf makes a great sandwich and fried chicken never tastes better than cold and illicit at midnight, some second glances are not what they seem. A case in point is an Italian soup called ribollita. This lusty specialty from Tuscany is essentially a minestrone twice told and told again.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0036.xml
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Minnetonka Inc.
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Minnetonka Inc.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0037.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0038.xml
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MAN AT HIS BEST
THE ENLIGHTENED TRAVELER
Streets of Steel
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Mark Rowland
Wander through the lattices of downtown Port of Spain, the capital city of Trinidad and Tobago, on the Friday afternoon before Carnival begins, and watch the seams come loose. Corporate glass-and-steel enclosures peer over into empty lots and down on the Victorian houses, hemmed in by stucco storefronts cracking from years of heat.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0039.xml
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MAN AT HIS BEST
GOOD FORM
In Your Face, Mate
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Josh Mostel
Place your opponent with the sun in his eyes" —Ruy Lopez, 1561 I was a hyperactive child, easily distracted and slightly dyslexic. My family’s nickname for me was Schmuck. This quite naturally led to certain sensations of intellectual inferiority, which may explain why I fell into chess at an early age.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0040.xml
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GORE · TEX
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0041.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0042.xml
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO.
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0043.xml
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Ford
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Ford
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0044.xml
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AMERICAN BEAT
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The Virgin
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Bob Greene
<p>“You have something else,” he said to her. “We’ll share.” She put her hand on his shoulder. He is twenty-seven, an executive in the medical publishing field. He wore a gray business suit, but he had the handsome, sandy-haired good looks of a young major-league second baseman.</p>
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0045.xml
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Calvin Klein
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Calvin Klein
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0046.xml
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Arrow
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Arrow
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0047.xml
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The Paddington Corp.: J&B Scotch Whisky
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The Paddington Corp.
J&B Scotch Whisky
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0048.xml
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ETHICS
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Take This Dream and Shove It
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Mark Jacobson
<p>IT DIDN’T LAST LONG, TWENTY minutes maybe, but it was intense. I left my office and decided I was never going back. I was never going to confront that seething “feed me” screen filled with the green letters that make up the novel I’m writing. I wasn’t going to worry one more second about “my characters,” who have held my threadbare creativity hostage for half a decade.</p>
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0049.xml
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TAG HEUER
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TAG HEUER
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0050.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0051.xml
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ANTAEUS
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0052.xml
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SPORTS CLINIC
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Slim Pickings
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John Poppy
<p>SURELY YOU REMEMBER THE BOOK, just four years ago, that showed “how to lose weight and live longer without having to eat less.” One needn’t have been fat— certainly nowhere near the point of what the National Institutes of Health calls an established health hazard (though thirty-four million adult Americans are)—to notice a program that, for once in the history of the diet-industry, actually delivered what it promised.</p>
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DACRON: JERZEES SWEATS
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DACRON
JERZEES SWEATS
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0054.xml
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Overland Trading Co.
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Overland Trading Co.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0055.xml
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THE SPORTING LIFE
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Full Court Mess
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Mike Lupica
THERE ARE DUMB ORGANIZATIONS in professional sports. Some are pathologically dumb, like the Boston Red Sox. Every ten years or so the Red Sox get into a World Series, but fact is, they haven't won one since the battle of the Argonne Forest.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0058.xml
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Gore-Tex
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Gore-Tex
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0059.xml
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The Principal Financial Group
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The Principal Financial Group
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0060.xml
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SMART MONEY
THE INVESTOR
Counting on a Cure
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Donald R. Katz
Just as the tragedy of war has always reaped grand profits for those willing to invest in turmoil, so the awesome latter-day pestilence called AIDS has tempted those willing to roll dice into the miasma of public panic. Far and away the most volatile issues on the various boards this year have been AIDS-related stocks, issues that have garnered astonishing profits and more than a few astonishing losses.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0061.xml
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SMART MONEY
THE BUSINESS TRAVELER
Vis-à-Visas: How to Cut the Red Tape
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Glenn Eichler
Paul Hogan can throw all the hyperpituitary shrimp on the barbie he wants, but unless you've got the paper work, you won't taste any of it. American citizens need visas to enter Australia, just as they need them to get into Japan and India and even Brazil.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0062.xml
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Advertisement: THE GOLD CARD
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THE GOLD CARD
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0063.xml
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SMART MONEY
REAL ESTATE
So You Want to Be an Innkeeper...
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Lawrence Gallagher
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0064.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0065.xml
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CHEVROLET: New Cavalier Z24
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CHEVROLET
New Cavalier Z24
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0066.xml
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SMART MONEY
THE STRATEGIST
Bye Bye, So Long
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Stanley Bing
Once upon a time, there was a young man, or maybe it was a woman. He or she entered the Company relatively brisk and fresh of heart. There were triumphs aplenty in the years that followed, and days of chagrin, but he always felt he was a part of something, something roomy, and moist, and companionable, where his interests and those of his fellows were one.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0067.xml
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Northwestern Mutual Life
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Northwestern Mutual Life
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0068.xml
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SMART MONEY
INSURANCE
When Your Time Is Up
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Peter D. Lawrence
One evening back in June, as I was paying some bills, I suddenly noticed the premium for my umbrella liability policy was due one day hence. There was no way my check would make it in time. Luckily, the company apparently thinks I’m a good risk:
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0069.xml
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SMART MONEY
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FINANCIAL HOTLINE
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You meant to buy that dream house last spring when mortgage rates dropped to 8.5 percent, but you hesitated and were lost. Until now. Lenders all over the country are offering convertible adjustable-rate mortgages, which allow a buyer to take out a mortgage at a rate that is currently about two and a half percentage points below the fixed mortgage rate.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0070.xml
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Citizen Watch Co. of America, Inc.
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Citizen Watch Co. of America, Inc.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0071.xml
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0072.xml
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UNCONVENTIONAL WISDOM
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How Many Times Does Victim Have to Pay?
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ADAM SMITH
MARLA HANSON, TWENTY-five, is a native of Dallas, a small, cherubic woman who came to New York to seek her fortune as a model. She got some fashion and cosmetic jobs through the Petite Model Management agency and lived with three other women in an apartment in lower Manhattan.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0073.xml
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Dexter Shoe Company
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Dexter Shoe Company
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0074.xml
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Alfa Romeo
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Alfa Romeo
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0075.xml
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ESSAY
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The Gay Decades
Out of the closet and into the living room: nine episodes in the most dramatic cultural assimilation of our time
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Frank Rich
<p>Like every middle-class American kid at college, I was convinced I knew everything—particularly about sex, the first order of business of any boy after his escape from home. On a night in the late 1960s—fall of freshman year at a not-yet-coeducational school—I went off with some of my roommates to put this knowledge into practice. </p>
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0076.xml
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Royal Canadian Mint
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Royal Canadian Mint
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0077.xml
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John Henry Shirtmakers, Manhattan Industries Inc.: JOHN HENRY
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John Henry Shirtmakers, Manhattan Industries Inc.
JOHN HENRY
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0078.xml
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0079.xml
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Cincinnati Microwave: PASSPORT
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Cincinnati Microwave
PASSPORT
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FEATURES
A MAN'S PLACE
IN THE LIVING ROOM OF Michael Graves
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UNFINISHED PROJECTS ARE BEGINning to wear on master architect Michael Graves. For twelve years he has lived “like a student" in the pink stucco building outside the gates of Princeton, in the midst of one of the great unfinished projects of his life—his own home.
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FEATURES
WOMEN WE LOVE
Marlee Matlin
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The stance is open, the eyes unmasked, the mouth full, sensuous, poised on the verge of speech—or something even more personal. And the hands, delicate yet powerful, expressive beyond words, capable of conveying the most tender thought or withering expletive in a single flourish.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0086.xml
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106
106
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[no value]
Saab-Scania of America, Inc.
[no value]
Saab-Scania of America, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0087.xml
article
107
107,108,109,110,111,112,113
FASHION
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WINNING LOOKS FOR NOVEMBER
So you’ve got big dreams ? Start dressing like you mean it
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Let’s face it, boys. You need some help. Among you, you’ve got weight problems, height problems, confidence problems, and monotony problems. Special emphasis on the last one. What’s a voter supposed to think? With nearly a dozen hopeful hats in the ring, there has never been a presidential race that seemed to cry out so deeply for a little charisma:
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0088.xml
article
114
114,115,116,118,120,122,124,125,126,127
PROFILES
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Murph the Surf Rides Again
Jesus, take note
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JOHN LOMBARDI
<p>PERVERSE CHARACTER sometimes shows itself physically: Roy Cohn’s lizard eyes; Nixon’s unshavable beard; Kissinger’s croak. Jack Roland Murphy, known to the world as “Murph the Surf” since October 29, 1964, when he and two pals stole the Star of India from the Museum of Natural History in New York, looks like a parrot.</p>
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0089.xml
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117
117
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[no value]
CORBIN, LTD.
[no value]
CORBIN, LTD.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0090.xml
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119
119
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ROYAL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY, LTD.: ROYAL COPENHAGEN COLOGNE
[no value]
ROYAL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY, LTD.
ROYAL COPENHAGEN COLOGNE
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0091.xml
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121
121
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0092.xml
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123
123
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[no value]
The Hamilton Watch Company
[no value]
The Hamilton Watch Company
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0093.xml
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125
125
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[no value]
Nabisco Brands, Inc.
[no value]
Nabisco Brands, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0094.xml
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127
127
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Advertisement: THE PRINGLE WOOLEN SWEATER
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THE PRINGLE WOOLEN SWEATER
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0095.xml
article
128
128,129,130,131,132
ULTRA SKI
FASHION
Streetwise Skiwear
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[no value]
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Brored with all those multihued parkas that make you look like a colorized version of the Michelin tire boy? Weary of having to buy one jacket for the slopes and another for wintry weekdays? Stay cool. This year somebody finally decided to combine the casual but classy look of sturdy streetwear with the insulating capabilities of traditionalal skiwear.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0096.xml
article
132
132
ULTRA SKI
GROOMING
A Cold Sun Can Cook Your Skin
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The sun that you took so much care to protect yourself against on the beach last summer is the same one refleding so brightly on the ski slopes this winter. We pass this bulletin along because so many people seem not to have gotten the message that's as plain as the nose on President Reagan's face.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0097.xml
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133
133
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[no value]
F. Korbel and Bros.: KORBEL
[no value]
F. Korbel and Bros.
KORBEL
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[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0098.xml
article
134
134,135,136,137,138,140,142,143
FEATURES
ULTRA SKI
The Absolute, Pluperfect, Most Exciting, Sublime Ski Runs in America. Period
A heart-stopping report from the top of the mountain
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This is what it's all about. This is where all those lessons, all those cold hours working on form, all those bumps and bruises finally pay off. It's graduation time. Après-ski amenities... convenience...luxurious appointments back at the lodge.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0099.xml
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139
139
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0100.xml
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141
141
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HERTZ SYSTEM INC.
[no value]
HERTZ SYSTEM INC.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0101.xml
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142
142
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SERENGETI
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SERENGETI
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0102.xml
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143
143
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swissair
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swissair
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0103.xml
article
144
144,145,146,147,148,152,154,155,156,157
FEATURES
SHOW BUSINESS
The Dreyfuss Affair
How a brash, brilliant, and troubled actor found redemption in the Hollywood hills
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JAMES KAPLAN
<p>IN OCTOBER 1982, WHEN RICHARD DREYFUSS ran his soft-top Mercedes 450 SL into a palm tree on Benedict Canyon Drive, flipped over, and landed in the hospital, where he was arrested for possession of cocaine, many people were gratified. Yes, he was one of our greatest actors; but wasn’t he due a comeuppance?</p>
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0104.xml
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148
148,149
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0105.xml
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150
150,151
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0106.xml
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152
152,153
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0107.xml
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154
154
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0108.xml
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155
155
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[no value]
Aiwa America Inc.: AIWA
[no value]
Aiwa America Inc.
AIWA
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0109.xml
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155
155
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[no value]
Advertisement: Wright Shoes
[no value]
[no value]
Wright Shoes
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[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0110.xml
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156
156
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[no value]
The Woodstock Inn & Resort
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The Woodstock Inn & Resort
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[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0111.xml
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156
156
[no value]
[no value]
Ventura Travelware, Inc.
[no value]
Ventura Travelware, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0112.xml
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157
157
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[no value]
Aiwa American Inc.: AIWA
[no value]
Aiwa American Inc.
AIWA
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0113.xml
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157
157
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[no value]
The National Magazine Co Ltd.
[no value]
The National Magazine Co Ltd.
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[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0114.xml
article
158
158,159
FASHION
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TOPNOTCH
Evocative elegance in overcoats
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No article of men’s clothing packs more potential for dramatic assertion of personal style than the topcoat Knot the belt of a rumpled trench coat and suddenly you become Rick, walking down an airport runway in Casablanca, off to kick some Nazi ass.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0115.xml
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160
160
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CARILLON IMPORTERS LTD.
[no value]
CARILLON IMPORTERS LTD.
[no value]
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[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0116.xml
article
161
161,162,163,164,165,166
FEATURES
THE LITERARY LIFE
When Frank Sinatra Had a Cold
A reflection on the cause of today’s common journalism
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GAY TALESE
<p>As one who was identified in the 1960s with the popularization of a literary genre known best as the “New Journalism”—an innovation of uncertain origin that appeared prominently in <i>Esquire</i>, <i>Harper’s</i>, <i>The New Yorker</i>, and other magazines and was practiced by such writers as Norman Mailer, Lillian Ross, John McPhee, Tom Wolfe, and the late Truman Capote—I now find myself cheerlessly conceding that those impressive pieces of the past (exhaustively researched, creatively organized, distinctive in style and attitude) are now increasingly rare, victimized in part by the reluctance of today’s magazine editors to subsidize the escalating cost of such efforts and diminished also by the inclination of so many younger magazine writers to save time and energy by conducting interviews with the use of that expedient but somewhat benumbing literary device, the tape recorder.</p>
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0117.xml
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164
164
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TOSHIBA
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TOSHIBA
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0118.xml
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164
164
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Eurocave
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Eurocave
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[no value]
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0119.xml
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165
165
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BARBADOS
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BARBADOS
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0120.xml
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165
165
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0121.xml
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165
165
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RICHLEE SHOE COMPANY
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RICHLEE SHOE COMPANY
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0122.xml
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167
167
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[no value]
JCPenney Co., Inc.
[no value]
JCPenney Co., Inc.
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[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0123.xml
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168
168
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Advertisement: BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY
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BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0124.xml
article
169
169,170,171,172,174,176,178,180,182,184,186,187D,188,190,192,194
Cheers
CHEERS!
The Best New Bars and Restaurants of 1987
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[no value]
John Mariani
<p>What is it about New Yorkers that they so love geographic acronyms—SoHo, NoHo, TriBeCa, and now SoFi, which stands for “South of the Flatiron Building,” a New York landmark shaped like a piece of wedding cake and set at Fifth Avenue and Broadway?</p>
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0125.xml
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170A
170A,170B
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Advertisement: Esquire
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Esquire
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0126.xml
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173
173
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JAMES B. BEAM DISTILLING CO.
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JAMES B. BEAM DISTILLING CO.
[no value]
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0127.xml
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175
175
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[no value]
Regal Brands, Inc.: B&B
[no value]
Regal Brands, Inc.
B&B
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0128.xml
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177
177
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[no value]
Ralston Purina Company
[no value]
Ralston Purina Company
[no value]
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[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0129.xml
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179
179
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William Grant & Sons, Inc.: GLENFIDDICH SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY
[no value]
William Grant & Sons, Inc.
GLENFIDDICH SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY
[no value]
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0130.xml
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181
181
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Advertisement: REMY MARTIN
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REMY MARTIN
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0131.xml
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183
183
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0132.xml
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185
185
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SCHENLEY IMPORTS CO.
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SCHENLEY IMPORTS CO.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0133.xml
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187
187,187A,187B
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0134.xml
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187C
187C
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0135.xml
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187D
187D
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0136.xml
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189
189
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AUSTIN NICHOLS DISTILLING CO.: WILD TURKEY
[no value]
AUSTIN NICHOLS DISTILLING CO.
WILD TURKEY
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0137.xml
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191
191
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Advertisement: Hennessy
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Hennessy
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0138.xml
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193
193
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SAIL
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SAIL
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0139.xml
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195
195
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0140.xml
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196
196,197,198,199,201,202
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CRESTED BUTTE COLORADO
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CRESTED BUTTE COLORADO
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0141.xml
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200
200
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GRANDE BUTTE HOTEL
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GRANDE BUTTE HOTEL
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0142.xml
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203
203
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Letts of London Ltd.
[no value]
Letts of London Ltd.
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[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0143.xml
article
204
204,205,206,207,208,209,210,211,212,213
FEATURES
DOCUMENTARY
The Battle for Berlin
Dispatches from a phantom war
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[no value]
GUY MARTIN
<p>World War III is forty-eight hours old. Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence White, 4th Battalion commander of the 502nd Infan-j try, Berlin Brigade, has had his unit cut up pretty bad. His most successful company is down to ten men, a casualty rate of some 90 percent, and another of his company commanders got himself killed just two hours ago.</p>
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0144.xml
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209
209
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The Exploration Society of America
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The Exploration Society of America
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0145.xml
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209
209
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IMAGE WATCHES, INC.
[no value]
IMAGE WATCHES, INC.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0146.xml
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209
209
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0147.xml
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211
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0148.xml
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213
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0149.xml
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214
214
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ANSELL, INC.: LifeStyles
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ANSELL, INC.
LifeStyles
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[no value]
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0150.xml
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214A
214A
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[no value]
NEC Home Electronics (U.S.A.), Inc.: NEC
[no value]
NEC Home Electronics (U.S.A.), Inc.
NEC
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0151.xml
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214B
214B
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DDB Needham Worldwide Inc.
[no value]
DDB Needham Worldwide Inc.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0152.xml
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214C
214C
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0153.xml
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214D
214D
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Advertisement: Lazzaroni
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Lazzaroni
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0154.xml
article
215
215,216
FEATURES
MEN AND WOMEN
Etheleen Grossberg Takes Stock
A story by Nora Ephron
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ON THE EVE OF HER FORTY-FIFTH birthday, Etheleen Grossberg looks into the mirror and tries to decide what she is. What she is not is beautiful, that is clear. What she also is not is ugly. Somewhere in between is what she is, but not jolie laide either.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0155.xml
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216
216
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Canon U.S.A., Inc.
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Canon U.S.A., Inc.
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0156.xml
article
217
217
THE HOME FRONT
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Our Vacation
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JAY KENNEDY
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0157.xml
article
218
218,219
STORE
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CREDITS
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On page 108: Polo by Ralph Lauren suit at Polo/Ralph Lauren, New York; New Orleans; Houston; Beverly Hills and Carmel, California. Polo by Ralph Lauren shirt at Polo/Ralph Lauren, New York; Tampa, Palm Beach, and Boca Raton, Florida; Seattle.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0158.xml
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219
219
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BACARDI IMPORTS, INC.: Bacardi
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BACARDI IMPORTS, INC.
Bacardi
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0159.xml
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220
220
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Whitney Museum of American Art
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Whitney Museum of American Art
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0160.xml
article
221
221
FEATURES
OPENINGS
Side by Side
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Question: What would happen if Jack, of Jack and the Beanstalk fame, met Cinderella in the woods, and Little Red Riding Hood met Rapunzel? Answer: A musical—Into the Woods, by Stephen Sondheim (right) and James Lapine, the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for Sunday in the Park with George.
Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0161.xml
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222
222,223
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DODGE
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DODGE
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0162.xml
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224
224
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Advertisement: BENSON & HEDGES
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BENSON & HEDGES
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Esquire_19871101_0108_005_0163.xml