Doin’ the Hustle

Friday, May 26, 2006


Perhaps the surest way to gauge “community standards” is to run afoul of them. That’s what Hustler publisher Larry Flynt did in Cincinnati in the 1970s. And in New Hampshire in the 1980s. And again in Ohio in the 90s. The story is chronicled in a new book by one of Hustler’s longest employees, Allan MacDonell, who worked his way up from deckhand to editorial captain of Larry Flynt Publications. He shares some recollections with Brooke.

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