By Dan Carpenter
A daring cartography of the internal panorama noticeable simply to these experiencing altered states• offers the psychedelic adventure as an aim panorama that embodies the opposite, instead of a subjective mind set• presents corroboration of phenomena encountered by means of those that enterprise into this domainJourneying into the invisible global published by means of his use of the dissociative psychedelic DXM (dextromethorphan), Dan wood worker came across that what he skilled used to be now not easily subjective sensations and mental states yet an target global of commonplace, if inordinately abnormal, landmarks and characters. The operating diary he stored of those voyages recounts impressions of a panorama charted by means of different tourists into this internal area and comprises descriptions of the various comparable phenomena recorded through such brain tourists as Terence and Dennis McKenna, Alexander and Ann Shulgin, and others who've skilled the hive mind--the pool of all attention. Into this territory the place expression is like chaos conception, the place oddly symmetrical order manifests out of the likely anarchic swirl of pictures and occasions, the writer ventures with the frame of mind of a naturalist, accepting no matter what could be instead of what he hopes he may locate. What emerges isn't a place crafted through subjective adventure, yet a panorama that embodies the opposite and that represents a wide awake nation during which the boundaries among the self and the not-self dissolve.
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59 Greenaway, John, Drink and British Politics, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2003, p 21. 60 Ibid, pp 29-34. 61 Ibid, pp 1-2. 62 Baggott, Rob, Alcohol, Politics and Social Policy, Aldershot: Gower, 1990;Thom, Dealing with Drink. 63 Baggott, Alcohol, Politics and Social Policy, pp 157-158. 64 Thom, Dealing with Drink. 65 Nicholls, Politics of Alcohol, p 260. 66 Ibid, pp 96-108. 67 Ibid, pp 34-50. See also: Warner, Craze. 68 Ibid, p 255. 69 Harrison, Drink and the Victorians; Shiman, Lilian Lewis, Crusade Against Drink, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1988.
130 Emsley, Clive, The English Police, London: Longman, 1991, p 5. 131 Corrigan and Sayer, The Great Arch, p 14. 132 Rose and Miller, ‘Political Power Beyond the State’, pp 190-191. 133 This sample was Part 1 of the BL’s digitisation project (as Part 2 was not available at the time research was conducted). Also, although Scottish and Irish 32 Thinking about drinking newspapers are contained within the BL’s catalogue, they are not utilised unless they bear some specific relevance to events in England and Wales.
65 Nicholls, Politics of Alcohol, p 260. 66 Ibid, pp 96-108. 67 Ibid, pp 34-50. See also: Warner, Craze. 68 Ibid, p 255. 69 Harrison, Drink and the Victorians; Shiman, Lilian Lewis, Crusade Against Drink, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1988. Although Harrison’s timeframe extends only until 1872, his final chapter ‘The End’ comments on the drink problem after that date and into the early years of the 20th century. 70 Shiman, Crusade Against Drink, p 4; Harrison, Drink and the Victorians, pp 393396. 71 Shiman, Crusade Against Drink, pp 1-5 and pp 244-248.