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The C.I.A. and L.S.D. / produced by David Emory.

Program Title:
The C.I.A. and L.S.D. / produced by David Emory.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0626.09-.11
Description: 

Documentaries about U.S. intelligence agencies and the military's development and popularization of LSD for their own purposes.

r.1. pt.1. The influence of the CIA on the cultural and intelligence figures who helped popularize the use of LSD in the 1960's (13:36) ; pt.2. Captain Al Hubbard as an agent : Humphrey Osmond, Aldous Huxley, Louis Jolyon West and Jack Ruby (13:39) ; pt.3. Louis Jolyon West's work on LSD for the CIA : Aldous Huxley, Ken Kesey, Timothy Leary (12:44) ; pt.4. The CIA and Timothy Leary (11:20) ; pt.5. The Brotherhood of Eternal Love : Timothy Leary and William Mellon Hitchock (12:08) -- r.2. pt.1. Brotherhood of Eternal Love : manufacturer and world distributor of LSD (13:03) ; pt.2. Ronald Hadley Stark : U.S. intelligence supplies the Brotherhood of Eternal Love (13:14) ; pt.4. The world and work of Ronald Haldey Stark (14:19) ; pt.5. Ronald Hadley Stark and the underworld of intelligence agents (13:46) -- r.3. pt.1. Ronald Hadley Stark and American intelligence (12:37) ; pt.2. Ronald Hadley Stark and Timothy Leary (12:26) ; pt.3. Timothy Leary's international flight in the 1970's : the CIA denys involvement with LSD (12:56) ; pt.4. CIA's attempts to distribute LSD : efforts to blunt political activism (12:20).

Date Recorded on: 
1990.
Date Broadcast on: 
-0-
Item duration: 
2 reels (195 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.
Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1990.
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