Harle

By Richard Armstrong I've been having a recurrent nightmare for the past few years. It's always the same. I'm walking down a busy street in Manhattan when I see a beggar huddling under a doorway. What catches my eye is that he looks just like me: middle-aged, gray hair, a tattered Paul Stuart suit. He's holding up a pathetic, handmade sign. It says: WILL WRITE COPY FOR FOOD (Run Out of Business by Vouchers!) Harle, who started his direct marketing career with Encyclopedia Britannica and Bankers Life and Casualty, and is a past president of the Chicago Direct Marketing Association,

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