Ceremonial chemistry: the ritual persecution of drugs, addicts, and pushers

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Routledge and K. Paul, 1975 - Social Science - 243 pages
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User Review  - Jason Scoggins - Goodreads

Probably the one of TS's books with which I am most sympathetic. I'm not a legalizer, but we should ask ourselves why traditional cultures were generally able to use MJ, coca leaves, entheogens, etc. in moderation, and we seemingly can't. Read full review


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