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Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out by Timothy Leary

Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out

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Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out by Timothy Leary

These 11 essays are the writings that galvanized the 60s youth revolution, written when Leary was at the peak of his popularity, influence and visionary intensity. The book opens with Start Your Own Religion , revealing the true meaning of his immortal slogan turn on, tune in, drop out , while Neurological Politics - the last essay - is a more scientific elaboration of the same theme.

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Publication date

3rd March 1999


Timothy Leary

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Ronin Publishing


160 pages


Literary essays
Cultural studies



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