I just came across this piece on Warren Hinckle ... sounds like a fun conversation.
I wonder a bit about the comments on A Bomb in Every Issue, but it comes with the territory, I guess. Whether Warren likes it or not, David Horowitz was also an important part of Ramparts magazine's history. (Not to mention Peter Collier and Sol Stern, who thought I was too enamored with Hink/Scheer.) Maybe this conversation would have taken a different turn if Betty Van Patter's name had come up.
For the record, the Hefner foldout Warren mentions in this interview appeared in the September 1965 issue. Dugald Stermer joined the magazine as art director in late 1964.
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