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Author: Jann S. Wenner Publisher:  Little, Brown, and Company Copyright 2022. $35.00 (hardcover) If you’re a boomer, Rolling Stone magazine, founded in November of 1967 by Jann S. Wenner, a recent graduate of the University of California at Berkley’sprogram in literature, and newspaper columnist Ralph Gleason, is the unofficial script of your adult years spent on life’s stage.  Wenner was front and center during that campus’s famed student protest and sit-in that erupted on October 1st,1964, which was centred on the administration’s repression of free speech and general opposition to the Vietnam “Conflict.”  Gleason wrote what primarily started out as a jazz review column for the San Francisco Chronicle, but with the rapid evolution of American blues, rhythm and blues, and finally, rock n’ roll he quickly began straying into popular youth music and strayed even further in that direction with the coming of the British Invasion.  Gleason was older,…