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Magda Hassan
12-09-2008, 03:12 AM
A Personal Story of
Medical Testing of Army Volunteers
with Incapacitating Chemical Agents
During the Cold War
(1955-1975 (http://javascript%3Cb%3E%3C/b%3E:void%280%29))
by James S. Ketchum, MD

A very interesting book written by one of the major players at the Edgewood Aresenal. Bare in mind that he is an apologist for all that happened there but an interesting first hand account none the less.
Here is what's inside:
Foreword – Alexander Shulgin, PhD
Prologue: Hot Night in Halifa
1 Cold War – Chemical Call to Arms 1
2 Incapacitating The Enemy Strange Fruit and Stray Smoke 9
3 Hello, Edgewood Arsenal 17
4 The Volunteers: Human Guinea Pigs – Not! 29
5 An Interesting Drug to Start With 35
6 BZ: Tiny Baseball Games and DC-3’s on a Padded Floor 43
7 LSD: The Other Acid Test 53
8 Working Out the Kinks 69
9 Busy as a Bee on a Dose of BZ 81
10 More Breeds than at a Dog Show 97
11 Taming the Fractious Belladonnoids 109
12 Altered States In Fish Tanks and Field Tests 117
13 Name Your Poison: Safety First and Always 127
14 Project Dork: Soldiering on BZ in the Utah Desert 141
15 Rummaging Through the Closet 153
16 Post-Doc with Pribram 171
17 Edgewood Again: Hoping for Déjà Vu 181
18 Good and Bad Vibrations Within and Without 193
19 Rearranging the Deck Chairs 201
20 Final Days at Edgewood 207
21 CIA Connections: Now You See Them, Now You Don’t 217
22 On Into the 70s and 80s 227
23 To the End of the Century and Beyond 235
24 Belated Alarms: What Have We Done? 243
25 Chemical Warfare Then and Now: A Reality Check 257

Magda Hassan
12-09-2008, 12:38 PM
Sorry, having problems with the attachment. Hopefully will get in here soon.