Vogue – I grew up thinking of Larry Kramer as something of a cross between the boogeyman and the Messiah. My father, a New Yorker writer who wrote a major profile of Kramer in 2002, would return from trips to interview Kramer in Connecticut looking utterly exhausted and ultimately referred to Kramer in the story as “a weird mixture of Jerry Rubin and Mahatma Gandhi: three parts obnoxiousness and one part righteous indignation.”…

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