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The  War on Drugs

Books on America's prohibition of addictive drugs
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Drug War Heresies: Learning from Other Vices, Times, and Places
by Robert J. MacCoun, Peter Reuter
Paperback - 464 pages

Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It : A Judicial Indictment of the War on Drugs
by James P. Gray
Temple Univ Press
Paperback - 288 pages
(May 2, )

The War on Drugs III: The Continuing Saga of the Mysteries and Miseries of Intoxication, Addiction, Crime, and Public Policy
by James A. Inciardi
Allyn & Bacon
Paperback - 236 pages
1st edition (April 18, )

Smoke and Mirrors : The War on Drugs and the Politics of Failure
by Dan Baum
Little Brown & Co (Pap)
Paperback - 396 pages
Reprint edition

Ending the War on Drugs
by Dirk Chase Eldredge
Bridge Works Pub Co
Paperback - 207 pages
1 edition (September 1, )
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Send In The Waco Killers: Essays on the Freedom Movement, 1993-1998
by Vin Suprynowicz, et al
Mountain Media
Paperback - 508 pages (March 1, )
Special Order

Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It : A Judicial Indictment of the War on Drugs
by James P. Gray
Temple Univ Press
Paperback

War on Drugs or War on People? : A Resource Book for the Debate
by Steve Otto
Ide House
Paperback - 203 pages
(February )

The Tallahassee Project: 100 Nonviolent Women Prisoners of the War on Drugs
by John Beresford Ph.D. (Editor), Karen Hoffman (Introduction)
In their own words, more than 100 women, most of them first-time nonviolent offenders, tell their side of a story not often covered in the media the unfair incarceration of drug offenders.
Last Gasp of San Francisco
Paperback - 96 pages (June 9, )

The War on Drugs : Opposing Viewpoints (Opposing Viewpoints Series (Unnumbered).)
by Stephen P. Thompson (Editor)
Greenhaven Press
Paperback - 223 pages

Ending the War on Drugs : A Solution for America
by Dirk Chase Eldredge
Bridge Works Pub Co
Hardcover - 207 pages
1 No Amer edition
 

The Enemy Is Us : How to Defeat Drug Abuse and End the 'War on Drugs'
by Robert H. Dowd
"The Enemy Is Us" is a critical analysis of the United States' War on Drugs to enforce prohibition. The author makes a cogent case for control of drugs by returning to a legal, state-regulated, private-sector drug market as existed before Prohibition.
Hefty Pr
Paperback - 193 pages
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Prohibition is an awful flop. We like it. It can't stop what it's meant to stop. We like it. It's left a trail of graft and slime It don't prohibit worth a dime It's filled our land with vice and crime, Nevertheless, we're for it.

- Journalist Franklin P. Adams, 1931, in the New York World, following release of the report of the Wickersham Commission

 
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