The Use of LSD in Psychotherapy and Alcoholism.

New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc, 1967.

Price: $300.00

About the item

First edition. 697 pp. [xxv]. 8vo. Black buckram with gilt lettering on spine; fine. Illustrated dust jacket has a little chipping at bottom corner of verso, light bumping to head and foot of spine else near fine.

Item #332675

Harold Abramson was an allergist and pediatrician infamously associated with the CIA's MK-Ultra program; a government funded effort that utilized illegal human experimentation in hopes to find uses for LSD and other psychoactive drugs in chemical warfare. Abramson was also the physician associated with the mysterious suicide of Frank Olson, the U.S. biological warfare scientist who fell from a hotel window under suspicious circumstances after being dosed with LSD without his permission.