Generation of Swine: Tales of Shame and Degradation in the 80's - Hunter S. Thompson 1988 - Summit Books, New York - First Edition Volume 2 of the Gonzo Papers.

‘Nearly everything he writes makes yellow journalism pale. With his targets the high rollers, from Sunset Strip to the White House, the former political writer for Rolling Stone elevates insult to an art form. He's dead serious and we blink, wondering how he can get away with it.’

‘Mr. Thompson calls the present generation a ''Generation of Swine.'' With that phrase as his title and premise, he takes no prisoners.’ -
New York Times
  BAD CRAZINESS - On August 20, 2005, in a private ceremony in Aspen, Colorado, Thompson's ashes were fired from a cannon atop a 153-foot tower of his own design (in the shape of a double-thumbed fist clutching a peyote button) to the tune of Bob Dylan’s Mr. Tambourine Man.

pp. 304.
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