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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
In your article on me ("Local LSD PR-Girl," April 29) you make the editorial comment that Timothy Leary's recent warnings may have made a change in my life. Leary resolved to abstain from LSD for a year, and advised others to do the same.
It has been my observation that people who take LSD with great frequency eventually turn against it, and swear off it either for life or for a long time. So Leary's action comes as no surprise, and I think it's a good thing for Leary, who was taking LSD every week, to quit for a year.
I have not changed my conviction that LSD used in moderation, not more than 3 or 4 times a year, can be an aid to spiritual and moral growth to those so motivated. This is the way I have always used it and shall continue to do so. Lisa Bieberman '63
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