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The Drug Legalization Debate
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The Drug Legalization Debate

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November 1990 | 192 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
If marijuana were legalized the drug problem would be eased. This is an assertion which this volume discusses in full. It describes the history of drug use and abuse and the US government's approach to drug control including deterrence, treatment, education and prevention. Articles confront topics such as the risk of a `war on drugs', an enlightened legalization policy, and ethical and legal dilemmas.
James A Inciardi
American Drug Policy and the Legalization Debate
Ethan A Nadelmann
The Case for Legalization
James A Inciardi and Duane C McBride
The Case
 
Against
 
Legalization
Richard B Karel
A Model Legalization Proposal
Steven Wisotsky
Beyond the War on Drugs
Karst J Besteman
War is Not the Answer
Marsha Rosenbaum and Rick Doblin
Why MDMA Should Not Have Been Made Illegal
Douglas McVay
Marijuana Legalization
The Time is Now

 
Steven Jonas
The Us Drug Problem and the US Drug Culture
A Public Health Solution

 
John Jay Rouse and Bruce D Johnson
Hidden Paradigms of Morality in Debates About Drugs
Historical and Policy Shifts in British and American Drug Policies

 

James A. Inciardi

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