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The Evils of Drugs in "Go Ask Alice"

Summary: "Go Ask Alice" is an anonymously written book about a teen-ager mixed up in the 1960s drug culture. In the end her drug use ends up ruining her life and eventually killing her.
Go Ask Alice by: Anonymous

She is a middle class teenager. She gets good grades and is involved in her school. She overdosed. She is dead now. This could have happened thirty years ago, or it could have happened last week. She could be your best friend or Homecoming Queen. It doesn't really matter. Drugs don't care who they kill. Go Ask Alice shows just how dangerous the drug scene is. It is an anonymous diary written by a sixteen-year-old girl that tells about her experiences with drugs and life on the streets. She died, but this is her story...

It's the sixties. We are introduced to Alice. She fits into the stereotypical teenager type. She is insecure and worries about her appearance. We also learn that Alice has broken up with her boyfriend, and her family is preparing to move to...

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