Everything you need to understand or teach Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72 by Hunter S. Thompson.
This is an account written by a journalist. Hunter S. Thompson managed to make a name for himself as a successful journalist despite what could have been an almost crippling handicap - his intimacy with "counter culture." Instead, he managed to make the unruly aspects of his nature and behavior an asset within the field of journalism. This man made himself famous by writing a book based on his experiences with one of USA's most prevalent criminal organizations - the Hell's Angels. The man is a journalist: he could not spend too much time with them. At the same time, he somehow managed to keep up with the others. He made himself famous with Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas and through writing for Rolling Stone magazine. Many "sins" which might have gone unforgiven were rapidly excused if only because, well, "It's rock-n-roll."
Hunter introduces himself to readers as...
Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72 Lesson Plans contain 162 pages of teaching material, including: