Paul Krassner, Satirist, Yippies Co-Founder and Counter-Culture Figure, Dies at 87

 
 
Satirist, publisher, author and American counter-culture figure Paul Krassner died at his home in Desert Hot Springs, California on July 21. He was 87. His daughter Holly Krassner Dawson, confirmed the news to the Associated Press. Born in New York City on April 9, 1932, Krassner eventually moved to Southern California where he lived with […]
 
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