Working Dazed: Why Drugs Pervade the Workplace and what Can be Done about it
As the title suggests (if only rhetorically), Browne Miller has more questions than answers, and that's as it should be in an area pregnant with implication and ideology. With equal concern for the rights of labor, the imperatives of management, and the (almost forgotten) constitutional right to privacy, she frames the issues neatly, cleanly, clearly. More helpful than a dozen drug czars. Distributed by Plenum. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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