Eldridge Cleaver on the drug culture

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Eldridge Cleaver on the drug culture
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Eldridge Cleaver speaks about the drug culture in the United States and about Timothy Leary. Announcement about the Cleaver's relationship with the Black Panther Party and Timothy Leary and his wife. Commentary on Timothy Leary as a "secular god who the revolutionary movement in the United States revolves around." Cleaver says Leary is wedded to LSD and "would rather die than give up the idea of dosing everyone with LSD." Cleaver doesn't agree, and believes that people are needed with clear heads. He sees the value in using drugs to shatter the values of Babylon, but it is no longer a progressive step forward. Recorded in Algiers on January 12, 1971.

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in Algiers, 1971-01-12
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1971.
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