The Press: Chancellor of the Exchequer

Some day, somebody like Ralph Ginzburg will publish the best promotions of Ralph Ginzburg. It will include blurbs for Eros, the hard-cover quarterly "devoted to the joys of love"; Fact, the magazine that would "not hesitate to ask 'Where are the emperor's clothes?' "; and Avant-Garde, the journal pledged to generate "an orgasm of the mind."* And it will certainly include Ginzburg's pitches for his newest publishing venture, a consumer newsletter called Moneysworth.

Full-page ads appearing in magazines and newspapers across the country carry the boldface head: YOU'RE BEING ROBBED! The text explains:...

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