This is the third full-length Rolling Stone interview with Bill Clinton. We first met in 1992 at Doe's Eat Place, a steak joint in Little Rock, Arkansas, when he was fresh from winning his party's presidential nomination. A year and a half later, we sat around a table in a private dining room off the Oval Office while the energetic young president discoursed at length on the challenges of occupying the most powerful office in the world.
Home » 50 YEARS OF ROLLING STONE – The Music, Politics and People that Changed Our Culture (Hardcover Special Edition)It was the year of the Summer of Love, and although unemployed 21-year-old San Francisco graduate Jann S Wenner had a passion for the groundbreaking music coming out that year, he wanted to create a magazine that took rock ‘n’ roll seriously. The first issue of Rolling Stone magazine rolled off the presses on November 9, 1967.
Hide caption Jann Wenner, pictured in 1968, one year after founding Rolling Stone magazine. Previous Next Gene Anthony/Wolfgang's Vault/Courtesy of Abrams Books Hide caption Pete Townshend of The Who performs at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, Calif., photographed for Rolling Stone in 1967. Previous Next Baron Wolman/Iconic Images/Courtesy of Abrams Books Hide caption Michael Jackson, photographed for Rolling Stone in 1971.
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