Steal this Urine Test: Fighting Drug Hysteria in America

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Penguin Books, 1987 - History - 262 pages
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Both a serious and satirical response to mandatory drug testing in the workplace, this book addresses the reliability of various testing procedures, discusses misconceptions concerning urine testing and its constitutionality, and offers ways to beat the test

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Review: Steal This Urine Test: Fighting Drug Hysteria in America

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

I read this when I first arrived in Boston. This would have been 1987-88. Soon after I read it I saw Abbie at Boston University. That was a wild crowd. It made sense at the time. Read full review

Review: Steal This Urine Test: Fighting Drug Hysteria in America

User Review  - Chipgraycastle - Goodreads

This book is somewhat dated but the most interesting point for me was the concept that a drug testing company's effectivness was measured by the positive results rather than the accuracy by most people. Read full review

Contents

Introduction to Independence
1
DRUGS
7
Knee Deep in Hysteria
9
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

One of the most influential and recognizable American activists of the twentieth century, Abbie Hoffman was born in 1936 in Worcester, Massachusetts. His writings include Steal This Book, Woodstock Nation, and The Autobiography of Abbie Hoffman. He died in 1989.

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