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14 Nov In its November issue, Hustler Magazine published a satirical ad focused on Falwell. The piece was modeled on Campari's popular.
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The inside front cover of the November, , issue of Hustler Magazine featured a "parody" of an advertisement for Campari Liqueur that contained the name.
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Description:Falwell turned 25 this week. When a Supreme Court precedent reaches this age, its legacy is either firmly developed or lost to the history books. The case involved polar opposites in the American political spectrum of the s and 80s: Jerry Falwell, a respected reverend intent on pushing public policy to the religious right, and Larry Flynt, an irreverent pornographer with a chip on his shoulder and a profitable publishing empire, eager to push the envelope on everything from sex to politics. An ad parody in Hustler magazine in sparked the lawsuit.