Marihuana Reconsidered first published in 1971 and updated in 1977 was a Harvard University Press best seller much praised by reviewers. Noted psychiatrist Dr. Lester Grinspoon methodically reviews the scientific, medical, and popular literature on the effects of marihuana. Today, as the issue of legalizing marihuana for medical use is being reconsidered, this book continues to offer what has been widely acclaimed as the most comprehensive assessment of marihuana and its place in society.
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The History of Marihuana in the United States
From Plant to Intoxicant
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