Heads: A Biography of Psychedelic America

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Psychedelic drugs came into the mainstream in the 1960s. What started as a hallucinogenic experimentation for some grew into a musical, artistic, philosophical, religious, spiritual, and economic movement. The drug companies and government took notice and legislation, enforcement, and Supreme Court rulings ensued. The reach of people directly or indirectly involved with the psychedelic movement extends to the creation of the internet, artificial intelligence, Apple computer, and even the little status messages seen in your social media. Listen to author Jesse Jarnow talk about his surprising new book. Guest: Jesse Jarnow Learn more at HeadsNews Commercials: Coffee Party USA Organization…

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