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ESQUIRE
FORT NIGHTLY HOW TWO SMART KIDS FROM TENNESSEE TOOK CONTROL OF ESQUIRE How Two Smart Kids From Tennessee Took Control of Esquire
The Washington Post (1974-Current file) - Washington, D.C.
Author: By Tom Zito
Date: May 7, 1979
Start Page: B1
Pages: 2
Section: STYLE People Television Leisure

Last Thursday, five days after he had become part-owner and editor of Esquire magazine, Phillip Moffitt was walking across 28th Street in Manhattan with Jim Wooten, one of the magazine's premiere writers.

    
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