Gerald Klee obituary : News Photo

Gerald Klee obituary

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Dr. Gerald Klee led an unsuccessful effort to persuade President Nixon to renounce the use of LSD as a chemical weapon. (Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images)
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Dr. Gerald Klee led an unsuccessful effort to persuade President Nixon to renounce the use of LSD as a chemical weapon. (Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images)
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March 08, 2013
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Dr Gerald Klee led an unsuccessful effort to persuade President Nixon... News Photo 163383408Baltimore - Maryland,Chemical,Effort,Failure,Human Interest,LED,LSD,Maryland,Nixon,Obituary,Persuasion,USA,Vertical,WeaponPhotographer Collection: Tribune News Service 2013 MCTDr. Gerald Klee led an unsuccessful effort to persuade President Nixon to renounce the use of LSD as a chemical weapon. (Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images)