Berkeley: Self-published, ca. 1970. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Mimeographed broadside. Very good. 
"This proposal was initiated by students at the University of California at Berkeley enrolled in a Psychology course on Drugs and Behavior as one of the anti-war activities of our reconstituted University." The authors maintain that ending the Vietnam War would go a long way towards alleviating "feelings of alienation, frustration, and impotence which contribute to drug abuse"