Acid: The Secret History of LSD

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Vision Paperbacks, 1998 - Drugs - 202 pages
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ACID - The Secret History of LSD explores the emergence of LSD and chronicles how the drug found favour with many psychologists, including doctors at a mental institute who believed it could be used to treat mental illness.'

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User Review  - Sean Brennan - Goodreads

A great book for any lover of conspiracy theories and the counter culture. Read full review

Review: ACID: A New Secret History of LSD

User Review  - Cwn_annwn_13 - Goodreads

Interesting book that concentrates on a CIA spook named Ron Starks who was the biggest LSD dealer in the world, as well as being linked to operation Gladio which resulted in the murder of Italian ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction The Bad Trip Tent
1
Chapter Two Big Brothers Brain
24
Chapter Three a CIA Front
37
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Black is an Emmy award winning screenwriter, novelist, journalist, and television producer

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