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Hallucinogens, Volunteerism, and Service to the Church
In the 1940s and 1950s, young men and women from peace churches across the United States voluntarily participated in studies on the effects of hallucinogenic drugs on the mind. The tests could be painful, terrifying, or enlightening. No matter the effects, these volunteers were all there for the same reason: to serve God and the church.
A Higher Calling: Hallucinogens, Volunteerism, and Service to the Church, seeks to tell their incredible stories.
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