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In 1960 Timothy Leary was not yet famous--or infamous--and Allen Ginsberg was both. Leary, eager to expand his psychedelic experiments at Harvard to include accomplished artists and writers, knew that Ginsberg held the key to bohemia's elite. "America's most conspicuous beatnik" was recruited as Ambassador of Psilocybin under the auspices of an Ivy League professor, and together they launched the psychedelic revolution and turned on the hippie generation. A who's who of artists, pop culture, and political figures people this story of the life, times, and friendship of two of the most famous, charismatic, and controversial members of America's counterculture. Peter Conners is the author of "Growing Up Dead, The Hallucinated Confessions of a Teenage Deadhead."
Ce texte rassemble dix entrevues avec des auteurs, critiques et intellectuels francais bien en vue; les discussions portent sur des themes tres divers, qui tous ont eu un impact sur l'evolution des idees actuelles, allant de Socrate a la Revolution Francaise, de l'Afrique aux mers du Sud, d'Israel a la Communaute europeenne. Le francais est ce que tous ces maitres de la langue ont en commun, ainsi qu'un theme fondamental: les Droits de l'Homme."
The name of John Maynard Keynes is still the focus of political and economic controversy, and in the course of it, "what Keynes really meant" has suffered much distortion. This book represents a quest for the historical Keynes. It follows the story of an argument which arose out of the performance of the British economy in the period of depression between the wars and provides an account of Keynes's thinking in the years that led up to the General Theory, making it comprehensible to specialists and non-specialists alike.