'Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther king are great examples of fantastic nonviolents who died violently. I can never work that out. We're pacifists, but I'm not sure what it means when you're such a pacifist that you get shot. I can never understand that.' John Lennon With moments of haunting prescience, this interview is 'often amusing, constantly pertinent and, in places, horribly sobering.' (MOJO)Reseña del editor:
On the 21st anniversary of his death, a poignant John Lennon document back in print Lennon's last interview before his assassination on December 8, 1980, was first published in Playboy in a 20,000 word format in November that year. It saw limited distribution in the US in its full form as a 200-page book, reflecting 20 hours of tapes made that September, but was never seen elsewhere, and is now a collector's item. This new, revised edition is published with the rare participation of Yoko Ono.
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