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In 1960 Jean-Paul Sartre wrote of this man’s “Victorious attempt… to snatch every instant of his existence from his future death”

In 1960 Jean-Paul Sartre wrote of this man’s “Victorious attempt… to snatch every instant of his existence from his future death”

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CLUE: In 1960 Jean-Paul Sartre wrote of this mans Victorious attempt… to snatch every instant of his existence from his future death

ANSWER: Che Guevara

Below you will be able to find some information about today's Jeopardy Clue Answer:

The co-founder of the magazine you're referring to is Jann Wenner, and the magazine is Rolling Stone. Rolling Stone was founded by Jann Wenner and music critic Ralph J. Gleason in 1967.

The name "Rolling Stone" was primarily inspired by the song "Like a Rolling Stone," written and performed by Bob Dylan. Wenner has mentioned that the band name "Muddy Waters" also played a role in the magazine's name choice. Muddy Waters was a prominent blues musician whose music greatly influenced rock and roll.

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