Peaceful Measures: Canada's Way Out of the 'War on Drugs'
A popular book on the relationships between keepers and their charges at the Philadelphia zoo. Fresh air. Thoughtful analysis of five themes: the origins of the on Drugs the program that ensure its failure; the invalidity of conventional justifications for the constitutes drug abuse; peaceful alternatives to warlike drug policies; and why the alternatives--guilt and power as motives for a non-pragmatic crusade. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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University of Toronto Press 1990
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