By David Black
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Acid discovers the explosion of LSD tradition within the psychedelic sixties from new and arguable angles. David Black investigates the CIA's brain regulate trials utilizing LSD and the folks who grew to become LSD-tripping right into a well known leisure hobby, together with the marketers with hyperlinks to prepared crime. David Black unravels a rare tale of double-dealing, intrigue and betrayal because the drug's proponents grew to become over evening millionaires-and officialdom became a blind eye.
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