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The Electric Kool-aid Acid Test Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter VII Unauthorized Acid Summary

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Chapter VII Unauthorized Acid Summary and Analysis

Wolfe explains more about the Pranksters' attitude toward those who fall into insanity after abusing drugs. This is to be expected, as the very act of taking massive amounts and wide varieties of psychedelic drugs while traveling is insane.

"The trip, in fact the whole deal, was a risk-all balls-out plunge into the unknown, and it was assumed merely that more and more of what was already inside a person would come out and expand, gloriously or otherwise" (p. 87).

The route to New York cuts through the South because Florida is a stop along the way. The July heat becomes lava-intense, and the drugs do little to make the situation better. In New Orleans, the Pranksters stop at a beach to cool off, not aware that the beach is segregated for Black people only. Zonker goes into the water...

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