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Molecules have no morals: Ecstasy godfather Alexander Shulgin’s legacy

By Simon Cotton, University of Birmingham The first time ecstasy impinged on the public consciousness in Britain was in November 1995, when an 18-year old Essex schoolgirl named Leah Betts died a few days after taking a tablet at a birthday party. The cause of her death was drinking seven…

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