Magazines: Son of Scarsdale Fats

To the world beyond Wall Street, most financial trade publications seem as dull and dreary as a stock prospectus. A new publication in this ar cane area of journalism, however, is fast proving that writing about high finance can be both exciting and amusing. Its editor is 'Adam Smith,' the author of the irreverent and humorous bestseller, The Money Game. As Wall Street and publishing circles know by now, Smith is really George J.W. Good man, 38, a former Rhodes scholar, journalist (TIME, FORTUNE), novelist and screenwriter (The Wheeler Dealers). Considerably less...

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