More than a decade after his death, Hunter S. Thompson is as popular—and as relevant—as ever. Vigorously political, he both anticipated the situation in Washington now and here, in a collection that ranges from an early conversation with Studs Terkel, to a decade-long exchange with editor David Streitfeld, to his last public interview (no longer available online), his prescience is both exhilarating and profound.
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Hunter S. Thompson (Author)
HUNTER S. THOMPSON (1937-2005) was the inventor and pretty much the sole practitioner of Gonzo journalism. His first book, Hell's Angels, is the definitive work on the motorcycle gang. Gonzo was born with the 1970 magazine article, The Kentucky De...