Cashing in quickly on Dinkin's defeat

Walls, Jeannette
November 1993
New York;11/15/93, Vol. 26 Issue 45, p15
Reports on Mitchell Moss' proposal to an agent for a book about the failure of former boss, Mayor David Dinkins' administration. Proposal sent to Lisa Bankoff of International Creative Management the day after Dinkins lost his bid for re-election; Pessimism about Dinkins' chances during Election Day.


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