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... In March 1972, Flynt created the Hustler Newsletter, a four-page, black-and-white publication about his clubs ... This item became so popular with his customers that by May 1972, he expanded the Hustler Newsletter to 16 pages, then to 32 pages in August 1973 ... Revenues of Hustler Clubs declined, and Flynt had to either refinance his debts or declare bankruptcy ...
... In March 1972, Flynt created the Hustler Newsletter, a four-page, black-and-white publication of information about his clubs ... This item became so popular with his customers that by May 1972 he expanded the Hustler Newsletter to 16 pages and in August 1973, to 32 pages ... oil crisis the United States entered an economic recession Hustler Club customers tightened their spending and Flynt had to find financing to pay his debts or go bankrupt ...
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