Fear and Loathing

Fear and Loathing

On the Campaign Trail '72

Book - 2012
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A political journalist presents his frankly subjective observations on the personalities and political machinations of the 1972 presidential campaign.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, 2012
Edition: 1st Simon & Schuster trade pbk. ed., 40th anniversary ed
ISBN: 9781451691573
1451691572
Branch Call Number: History 324.973 Tho

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lukasevansherman
Dec 15, 2015

Along with "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," this is probably his best, most sustained, & influential work. A wild, messy, impressionistic account of the 1972 campaign, this is far from objective journalism, but it captures a certain noxious, bloody, bitter political atmosphere that is still with us. What's often forgotten is how insightful and lucid Thompson's writing could be, although readers looking for flashes of druggy madness & alcohol fueled rage won't be disappointed. Featuring illustrations by Ralph Steadman. Also check out the documentary "Gonzo."

pscho Nov 04, 2014

The library tries to order more copies of books that have no more copies and still have holds. Looks like 5 more copies were ordered of this title.

The library buys both eBook and print copies of many titles. Despite the rapid relative growth of eBook usage the print book collection is still a much larger collection of titles, both new and old.

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T_McCallum_1990
Aug 29, 2014

how do i have a hold on a fucking book and be number 1 in the line, Oh yeah the book was stolen and the number one library in north america has yet to replace it after I showed some of the staff at the library the book was stolen, PLEASE FUCKING REPLACE THE FUCKING BOOK, i would like to read it. ps i do not have a electronic reading device so please get a hard copy

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Shrewlord
May 03, 2014

A fantastic book with piercing insights into the American political system

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mollycoombs
May 13, 2012

I will return this soon, I swear - it's a dense read, but worth it for any student of politics or journalism. The man was a genius - an insane, disjointed, wordy bastard - but a genius nonetheless.

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bdls206
Mar 27, 2011

Not my favorite Hunter S. Thompson book But worth a read if you like his psycho babble.

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