This chapter focuses on the author's thoughts on the death of American psychologist and author Timothy Leary. It discusses his meeting with Leary when he was in Algeria and explains that Leary and Cleaver considered themselves to be leaders of major international cultural revolutions with their group called the Black Panthers. The chapter also comments on Leary's role in American youth.
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