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CIA chemist Sidney Gottlieb headed up the agency's secret MK-ULTRA program, which was charged with developing a mind control drug that could be weaponized against enemies. Courtesy of the CIA hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: The CIA's Quest For Mind Control; Tan France Of 'Queer Eye'

Journalist Stephen Kinzer talks about the CIA's Cold War efforts to develop mind control drugs. Ken Tucker reviews Ken Burns' Country Music. France explains why he nearly passed on Queer Eye.

CIA chemist Sidney Gottlieb headed up the agency's secret MK-ULTRA program, which was charged with developing a mind control drug that could be weaponized against enemies. Courtesy of the CIA hide caption

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Courtesy of the CIA

Fresh Air Weekend: The CIA's Quest For Mind Control; Tan France Of 'Queer Eye'

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