Between the Lines of Men
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Between the Lines of Men is a work of literary fiction following Don Freemont, a young upstart psychologist during the 1950's who is obsessed with leaving behind an academic legacy. Don is one of the heads of Project MKUltra, a project sanctioned by the United States government in conjunction with Stanford University in which psychoactive chemicals such as LSD are tested as weapons of war. When one of Dont's subjects commits suicide, Don comes to the epiphany that he is responsible for the death of his subject and can no longer take part in the project. His ego still clinging to life, Don sets out from Stanford with intentions of forging a new legacy.