Can't find my way home

America in the great stoned age, 1945-2000

By Torgoff, Martin

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ISBN
978-0-74323-010-0
Publisher
New York : Simon & Schuster, c2004.


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Reviewed on May 1, 2004

Torgoff (American Fool) presents a history of the production, distribution, and use of heroin, LSD, marijuana, cocaine, and other drugs in America since World War II, told principally from the perspective of drug users. The book opens with the marijuana users and heroin addicts of the 1940s Bebop jazz scene and the nascent Beat generation. We see Charlie "Bird" Parker playing hot jazz and killing himself with heroin, and Jack Kerouac and the Beats smoking pot and taking...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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