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(Reuters) - Helen Gurley Brown, the legendary editor of Cosmopolitan magazine who helped usher in the sexual revolution, died on Monday at the age of 90. "Helen was one of the world's most recognized magazine editors and book authors, and a true pioneer for women in journalism," Frank Bennack Jr, chief executive of the Hearst Corp., wrote in a memo to staff confirming Gurley Brown's death. Hearst is the parent company of Cosmopolitan. Gurley Brown put her stamp on Cosmopolitan, editing the magazine for 30 years, which became famous for its cover lines extolling the virtues of sex. ...
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(Reuters) - Helen Gurley Brown, the legendary editor of Cosmopolitan magazine who helped usher in the sexual revolution, died on Monday at the age of 90. "Helen was one of the world's most...
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