The Great Drug War: And Rational Proposals to Turn the Tide
Widely praised as a controversial but thoughtful alternative to drug control policies of its time, the first edition of The Great Drug War was released in 1987 by Macmillan Publishing. More than 20 years later, it is clear that the drug interdiction policies of the eighties and nineties failed, and that Trebach's alternative proposals deserve a new look from today's perspective. This new edition ... includes a new introduction covering more recent developments in the use of medical marijuana, the relationship between drug trafficking and terrorism, and other fresh new material, renewing an important book for a new generation of readers.
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The Scared Summer of
CONFESSIONS OF A JOURNALISTIC JUNKIE
PART ONE A Rotten Satanic Dying Generation of Youth?
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