A first class book written in a discursive style illustrating well the people who influenced Leary and those who Leary in turn influenced. Leary's impact upon the world has been far greater than his distractors like to admit, and many of his ideas, at the time dismissed as fantasy have since been found to have substance. In short, Leary was a visionary scientist prepared to push the boundaries of experimentation further than anyone else. Leary was and still is an inspiration to many. He may be dead but he still lives; after reading Higgs' book the reader will have no doubt of that.
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