Castaneda's Writings Still Create a Stir

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Most anthropologists brand Carlos Castaneda's tales of an enigmatic, peyote-fueled Mexican shaman named Don Juan Matus as pure fiction. But Don Juan and Castaneda have both maintained a cult following through the decades. NPR's John Burnett reports.

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