In the current issue of Glamour magazine, 234 pages behind a cover proclaiming a month of GREAT SEX/YOU KNOW YOU NEED IT--HERE'S HOW, an article discusses women's rights abuses around the world and questions the adequacy of U.S. foreign policy to eliminate such injustices. To those unschooled in the universe of women's magazines, Glamour may conjure up a pure lipstick-and-trysts image not dissimilar from that of its competitor Cosmopolitan. The truth is, the publications are quite different because Cosmo is the sort of magazine in which the words foreign and policy would never make a joint appearance, save perhaps in a...
A Rival Takes The Reins
Apprehensions abound as the flashy editor of Cosmopolitan replaces Glamour's revered leader
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