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The Electric Kool-aid Acid Test Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter XX The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test Summary

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Chapter XX The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test Summary and Analysis

Kesey leaves for Mexico without the Merry Pranksters, and Babbs takes over leadership. With Kesey's unifying charisma gone, the Pranksters split into two factions, one satisfied with Babbs' leadership, the other dissatisfied. Babbs does not have charisma and runs the show as if it were the Army, or at least some Pranksters think so.

Babbs moves The Acid Test scene to Los Angeles, where the first Test is held at Paul Sawyer's Unitarian church. A young journalist, Clair Brush, gives the author an account of her first experience with The Acid Test, which Wolf includes verbatim. Her experience is from the second Test in a new location at the Watts section of Los Angeles, not long after the famous riots.

Brush describes a large warehouse and a garbage can filled with Kool-Aid spiked...

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