High Times: A 40-Year History of the World's Most Infamous Magazine

Based in 1974 by means of an bold political activist and outlaw drug smuggler, High Times has been a progressive enterprise correct from the beginning. delivering alternative political statement and unabashed enthusiasm for hashish, LSD, and psychedelic mushrooms, the confirmed good fortune and endurance of the journal all through the years has cemented its popularity because the world's most desirable countercultural publication.

In the Nineteen Seventies, each reader dreamed of an afternoon whilst criminal pot will be offered in retail stores, and now—just in time for High Times' fortieth anniversary—it turns out that dream could eventually be coming actual. High instances: A 40-Year background of the World's Most Infamous Magazine celebrates this awesome journal with a collection of the greater than 420 covers—some great, a few ridiculous and a few hilarious—that showcase the evolution of the counterculture, complimented via incisive new essays from present High Times editors contextualizing the heritage of this special publication.

Arranged by means of decade, High instances: A 40-Year History of the World's Most Infamous Magazine displays the evolution of the ebook itself, from a revolutionary counterculture bible for a growing to be group of antiauthoritarian rebels to a longtime journal protecting speed with the exponential progress of the cannabis industry and legitimization of the therapeutic herb. A funny advent through comedian Tommy Chong—who has been on extra covers of High Times than anyone—kicks off this celebratory tome. offered as a lavish coffee-table ebook, the colourful pages are jam-packed with wonderful photographs that experience captured marijuana's largest moments and encouraged the goals of generations of hedonists looking for the ideal excessive.

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