Harold Hayes

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American journalist

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According to Wikipedia, Harold Thomas Pace Hayes , editor of Esquire magazine from 1963 to 1973, was a main architect of the New Journalism movement. Biography Born April 18, 1926, in Elkin, North Carolina, Harold Hayes earned an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest College, worked for United Press in Atlanta, served in the Marines, moved to New York City to work for a small magazine called Pageant, and wound up in 1956 at Esquire, where he battled with several other young editors, among them Clay Felker , for the job of top editor. Hayes won that contest, becoming first managing editor and then, on October 1, 1963, editor.

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