THE PSYCHEDELIC TEACHER: Drugs, Mysticism, and Schools.
Edition: First printing.
Philadelphia: Westminster Press, (1972.) dj. Hardcover first edition - Beginning with his claim that drug ÔuseÕ should not automatically be considered ÔabuseÕ, this is a generally positive view of psychedelic drug use arguing that teachers and schools should help students integrate their drug experiences as a normal part of their search for identity. Gotz, who was educated in India, as well as the United States, feels that western civilization has lost touch with the mysticism that used to be found in Christianity. A significant book on the topic and very hard to find, especially in hardcover. Includes extensive notes, bibliography. 155 pp. ISBN: 0-664-209238.
Condition: Just about fine in a near fine dustjacket (price-clipped).