The Story of the South African Quaalude: HAMILTON’S PHARMACOPEIA.

South Africa is the last place on earth Quaaludes can still be found. Hamilton travels there to study the drug and finds a dark history of medical experimentation.

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Hamilton Morris was born in New York City, the son of Julia Sheehan and documentary filmmaker Errol Morris.[1] He was raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts. As a teenager Morris appeared in television commercials, notably a 2002 advertisement for the first-generation iPod.[2] He attended the University of Chicago and The New School, where he studied anthropology and science.[3][4] He began writing for Vice Magazine as a college sophomore and was given a monthly print column titled “Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia” that evolved into a series of articles and documentaries for VBS.tv focused on the science of psychoactive drugs.[1] He is a science editor of Vice Magazine and a correspondent for Vice (TV series) on HBO.[5] Morris frequently consults with media on the subject of designer drugsand conducts pharmacological research at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia[1][6][7] with an emphasis on the synthesis and history of dissociative anesthetics.

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