Drug War Deadlock: The Policy Battle Continues

Drug War Deadlock: The Policy Battle Continues

Drug War Deadlock: The Policy Battle Continues
by Laura E. Huggins

Publisher: Hoover Institution Press 2005
ISBN/ASIN: 0817946527
ISBN-13: 9780817946524
Number of pages: 302

Description:
A diverse collection of readings from scholarly journals, government reports, think tank studies, newspapers, and books that offers a comprehensive look at the drug debate. With each section featuring opposing articles written by many of the foremost authorities in their respective fields, the book offers a concise view of the many divergent viewpoints surrounding drug policy in America.

Home page url

Download or read it online here:
Download link
(multiple PDF files)

Similar books

Barack Obama: what he believes in from his own worksBarack Obama: what he believes in from his own works
by Barack Obama - Arc Manor LLC
Barack Obama in his own words, a book of quotes that allows those who aren't as familiar with his politics to learn quickly where he stands on abortion, religion, AIDS, his critics, foreign policy, Iraq, the War on Terror, and other important issues.
(5523 views)
Occupiers of Wall Street: Losers or Game ChangersOccupiers of Wall Street: Losers or Game Changers
by Bhaskar Sarkar - Smashwords
The Occupiers of Wall Street burst into media limelight on 17 September 2011. They inspired over 1500 protests against corporate greed and the nexus between politicians and corporation in 82 countries around the world by October 2011 ...
(3854 views)
To the Right: The Transformation of American ConservatismTo the Right: The Transformation of American Conservatism
by Jerome L. Himmelstein - University of California Press
In this important book, Jerome Himmelstein offers a new interpretation of the growth of conservatism in American politics. He provides an interpretive map of the political landscape over past decades, showing how conservatives ascended to power.
(5306 views)
The Last Monopoly: Privatizing the Postal Service for the Information AgeThe Last Monopoly: Privatizing the Postal Service for the Information Age
by Edward L. Hudgins (ed.) - Cato Institute
In this age of personal computers, fax machines, and e-mail, the Postal Service is quickly becoming obsolete. This book explores the pros and cons of privatizing the Postal Service and abolishing its monopoly on carrying first-class mail.
(186 views)