Krassner

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Krasner - Krassner
... Brad Krassner Lee Krasner, born Lena Krassner (1908 - 1984), Jewish American abstract expressionist artist Michael Krassner Paul Krassner (born 1932), an author ...
Marshall Efron
... Post's Bob Fass's shows, along with left-wing/counter-culture figures such as Paul Krassner ... One memorable broadcast had Efron and Krassner filling in for the vacationing Fass, and identifying themselves as Columbia University students who had taken the ...
Millennium '73 - Media Coverage - Krassner–Davis Debate
... Paul Krassner repeatedly challenged Rennie Davis to a debate and Davis finally agreed ... Repeating accusations he had been making through the summer, Krassner said that the movement was part of a CIA-directed conspiracy ... Reporters said that Davis stayed poised while Krassner heckled ...
The Realist - History - Hoaxes and Advertising - "The Parts That Were Left Out of The Kennedy Book"
... Krassner's most successful prank was The Parts That Were Left Out of the Kennedy Book, a grotesque article following the censorship of William Manchester's book on the Kennedy assassination, The Death of a President ... Krassner acknowledged Marvin Garson, editor of the San Francisco Express Times and husband of Barbara Garson (author of the notorious anti-Johnson play MacBird! ), for coming up with that surreal image ... to be true." In a 1995 interview for the magazine Adbusters, Krassner commented "People across the country believed – if only for a moment – that an act of presidential ...
Paul Krassner - Early Life - Other Activities
... In 1968, Krassner signed the “Writers and Editors War Tax Protest” pledge, vowing to refuse tax payments in protest against the Vietnam War ... In the 1960s, Krassner was a regular contributor to several men's magazines including Cavalier and Playboy ... In 1971, Krassner worked as a weekend radio personality and disk jockey at San Francisco's ABC-FM radio affiliate, KSFX, (subsequently KGO-FM) ...