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  • Drug legalization -- United States.
     
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    Drug legalization / Scott Barbour, book editor.
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  • Drug legalization -- United States.
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  • Drug abuse -- Government policy -- United States.
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  • Narcotics, Control of -- United States.
  • Publisher Info: 
    San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, c2000.
    Description: 
    186 p. ; 25 cm.
    ISBN: 
    0737703369 (lib.)
    0737703350 (pbk.)
    Series: 
    Current controversies
    Contents: 
    Prohibition is essential to the war on drugs / by John P. Walters and James F.X. O'Gara -- Drug prohibition is effective / by Donnie Marshall -- The war on drugs should focus on reducing the drug supply / by Bill McCollum -- An international drug prohibition effort is needed / by Barry R. McCaffrey -- Mexico is committed to cooperation with U.S. drug prohibition efforts / by Gustavo Gonzalez-Baez -- Drug prohibition is counterproductive / by David Boaz -- Drug prohibition violates civil liberties / by Peter McWilliams -- Drug prohibition is unfair to minorities / by Jesse Jackson -- The U.S. should not pressure other countries to comply with its prohibition efforts / by Hal Jones -- Mexico is not committed to cooperation with U.S. drug prohibition efforts / by Scott Park -- The politics of drug policy reform : an overview / by Erich Goode -- Drug policies should be liberalized / by Hank Kalet -- Drugs should be legalized / by Dirk Chase Eldredge -- Liberalizing drug policies would reduce crime and violence / by New York County Lawyers' Association Drug Policy Task Force -- Drug policies should focus on harm reduction / by Ethan Nadelmann -- The Dutch example shows that liberal drug laws can be beneficial / by Craig Reinarman -- Drugs should not be legalized / by Barry R. McCaffrey -- The public should oppose drug legalization / by A.M. Rosenthal -- Drug legalization would lead to increased drug abuse / by Thomas A. Constantine -- Drug policies should not be based on the harm reduction model / by Herbert D. Kleber and Mitchell S. Rosenthal -- Marijuana laws should be relaxed / by Ira Glasser -- Marijuana should be decriminalized / by Lynn Zimmer -- Marijuana should be legalized for medical purposes / by Lester Grinspoon -- State medical marijuana laws should be respected / by Robert Scheer -- Marijuana laws should not be relaxed / by Mark Souder -- Marijuana should not be legalized for medical purposes / by Charles Krauthammer -- The medical marijuana movement seeks to legitimize all marijuana use / by Hanna Rosin -- State medical marijuana laws should be opposed / by Joseph A. Califano Jr.
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