Drug War Deadlock: The Policy Battle Continues
by Laura E. Huggins
Publisher: Hoover Institution Press 2005
Number of pages: 302
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.
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