LSD: Still With Us After All These Years: Based on the National Institute of Drug Abuse Studies on the Resurgence of Contemporary LSD Use
Leigh A. Henderson, William J. Glass
Wiley, Sep 15, 1994 - Psychology - 163 pages
The facts about LSD
A new book on LSD is long overdue, but this was worth waiting for. The material is thoughtful and carefully prepared, and the collection brings the topic into the 1990s. The book should be in every library, and read by everyone interested in the American drug scene.
--James A. Inciardi, Ph.D., professor and director, Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, University of Delaware
The authors offer an insightful look at LSD use and provide an essential resource for parents, counselors, and educators. Far from fading out after the 1960's LSD has in fact never gone away, and the percentage of high school seniors using the drug is now only slightly lower than it was twenty years ago. The book examines why young people in the 1990s are using LSD--its appeal, its experience, and where kids are getting it. Solidly researched and dispassionately written, this book weaves current studies and anecdotes with recent statistics to create a vivid, complete, and credible picture of contemporary LSD use.
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