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High Times Magazine # 19, March 1977

High Times Magazine # 19, March 1977

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High Times Magazine # 19 - March 1977

Copyright 1977 by Trans-High Corporation. Published by Trans-High Corporation. $1.75 cover price.

High Times Magazine has been chronicling the counterculture for over thirty years. First published as a quarterly in 1974, High Times is still being published (now a monthly) with its continued emphasis on marijuana use and cultivation and the fight for cannabis legalization.

High Times Magazine has many unique editorial features which you just won’t find anywhere else including its "Trans-High Market Quotations" page which lists the current market prices and supply information for various illicit drugs; a "centerfold" usually of some unusually good-looking bud; HighWitness News - recent news of marijuana, drug busts, and other counterculture happenings; and, of course, the advertisements which feature any and all kinds of paraphernalia.

High Times issue # 19 from March 1977 features:

  • Gil Scott-Heron interview - David Fenton
  • Rise of the Dope Dictators - Robert Singer
  • White Sugar - Andrew Weil
  • Dope in the Cinema - Joe Kane
  • Tramp Freighters of the Sky
  • Along the Nomad Trail - Richard Neville
  • Centerfold - Splendor in the Grass
  • Three Page Freak Bros comix in Color

This issue features an interview with Gil Scott-Heron, an article by Robert Singer on The Rise of the Dope Dictators, and an article on which planes are the best for contraband air cargo.

For the comix fan there’s a three-page Freak Brothers by Gilbert Shelton and Dave Sheridan and an interview with Gilbert Shelton on the upcoming Freak Brothers movie (ed note: it was never made; however, one is currently in production and is scheduled for release in 2010). Also an Oat Willie ad for the Power Hitter as well as a Skip Williamson ad for 1 1/2 rolling papers. Also an article on the underground comix scene in Europe.

The Trans-High Market Quotations page states the quality and quantity of regular Mexican is decent and will set you back $100 - $300 an lb.


Abraded corners, 1" spine split, spine abrasions.

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High Times Magazine # 19 - March 1977


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