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The 50th anniversary of Rolling Stone magazine has arrived, and not without fanfare.
Well before that, co-founder Ralph J. The Berkeley influence was strong and direct. Wenner wrote a music column for the student newspaper and covered the free speech movement for a local radio station.
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Even more significant for Wenner, perhaps, was the example of Gleason, who combined an impressive body of music criticism with public support for student activists. Founded in as a Catholic literary quarterly, Ramparts initially ran articles by Thomas Merton , John Howard Griffin and other Catholic intellectuals.
But when a young Warren Hinckle became editor in , he converted Ramparts into a monthly, shifted its focus to politics and hired Dugald Stermer as art director. Scheer and his colleagues challenged U.
Once Hinckle, Stermer and Scheer joined forces, Ramparts achieved liftoff. Martin Luther King Jr. In , Ramparts earned the George Polk Award for excellence in magazine journalism, and its circulation climbed to almost , Ramparts also became a seedbed for Rolling Stone. While there, Wenner picked up layout ideas from Stermer and encountered the work of Hunter S.
Thompson, whose bestselling book about the Hells Angels appeared in Wenner also learned the value of showmanship from the free-spending Hinckle, who frequently echoed playwright George M. Ironically, Hinckle played an indirect role in the creation of Rolling Stone.