America's Habit: Drug Abuse, Drug Trafficking, and Organized Crime : President's Commission on Organized Crime

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DIANE Publishing, Aug 1, 1998 - Political Science - 797 pages
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Examines the debilitating effects illegal drugs have on the nation1s social and physical well-being and the implications of drug trafficking for the national security of many allies and neighbors in the international community as well as U.S. national security. Topics addressed include: the impact of the drug trade; portrait of drug production and use; drug trafficking and organized crime; Federal drug strategy: origins, evolution, and current status; current agency roles in drug enforcement, policy, and reducing drug demand; current supply strategies: analysis and recommendations; reducing the demand for drugs; and a summary of recommendations.
 

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