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March 20, 1992 | JEFF KAYE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not much has gone right for the British edition of Esquire magazine since its launch last year: Bursting onto the newsstands with all the hoopla that a big promo budget could muster--and a cover line that boasted "Special Collector's Edition"--it failed to ignite. Press critics and advertising executives complained that the men's monthly was unfocused, uninspired and, for a magazine that promised to reflect its new surroundings, un-British.
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March 20, 1992 | JEFF KAYE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not much has gone right for the British edition of Esquire magazine since its launch last year: Bursting onto the newsstands with all the hoopla that a big promo budget could muster--and a cover line that boasted "Special Collector's Edition"--it failed to ignite. Press critics and advertising executives complained that the men's monthly was unfocused, uninspired and, for a magazine that promised to reflect its new surroundings, un-British.
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April 22, 2007 | Patrick Pacheco, Special to The Times
IF George W. Bush would like to get a respite from his low poll ratings, he could do worse than to invite Peter Morgan, the Oscar-nominated British screenwriter, to a barbecue on his West Texas ranch. Over slabs of ribs, Morgan probably could find a way to do for No. 43 what he's done for No. 37, Richard Nixon: cause audiences to reconsider their opinion of the man.
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