Freak Power. Hunter S. Thompson's Campaign for Sheriff
by (THOMPSON, Hunter S.). WATKINS, Daniel Joseph
(Aspen): (Meat Process Press). (2015). The definitive coffee table book on Thompson's campaign for Sheriff of Aspen, Colorado, in 1970 -- a moment in the history of the 1960s counterculture unlike any other. This comprehensive look at that moment reproduces hundreds of articles, flyers, posters, photographs, artwork and other documents of that time, along with text that provides historical context, and numerous quotes of Thompson from a variety of sources. Signed by the author, Daniel Joseph Watkins. Foreword and afterword by Bob Braudis; edited by Ajax Phillips. Fine in a fine dust jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. (Inventory #: 032680)
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