Ailes as ad czar? 'No! No! No! No!'

Brady, James
August 1992
Advertising Age;8/24/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 34, p1
Trade Publication
Interviews Roger Ailes of Ailes Communications who guided George Bush's presidential election advertisements in 1988 concerning reports that he is back on the re-election team for the 1992 presidential elections in the U.S. Relations with Bush; Contractual obligations of Ailes that would prevent him from re-joining the Bush re-election effort; Advice that he could offer to Bush regarding his advertising campaign.


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