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Author Gray, James P., 1945-
Title Why our drug laws have failed and what we can do about it : a judicial indictment of the war on drugs / James P. Gray.
Publication Info Philadelphia : Temple University Press, ©2012.
Edition Second edition.



Descript 1 online resource (xvi, 284 pages) : illustrations
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Edition Second edition.
Contents pt. I. Introduction -- pt. II. Our drug laws have failed -- 1. Past and present -- A historical perspective -- Emergence of the prison-industrial complex -- 2. Increased harm to communities -- Communities awash in illicit drugs -- Violence and corruption -- Domestic -- Foreign -- 3. Erosion of protections of the Bill of Rights: where's Paul Revere? -- 4. Increased harm to drug users -- Demonization -- Deterioration of health -- 5. Increased harm for the future -- Conspiracy theories -- Government policy: don't discuss it! -- pt. III. Options -- 6. Increased zero tolerance -- 7. Education -- 8. Drug treatment -- Rehabilitation -- Medicalization -- Needle-exchange programs -- Drug-substitution programs -- Drug maintenance programs -- 9. Deprofitization of drugs -- Legalization -- Decriminalization -- Regulated distribution -- 10. Federalism, not federalization -- pt. IV. What we can do about it -- Appendix A. Resolution -- Appendix B. Government Commission reports and other public inquiries.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781439908006 electronic bk.
1439908001 electronic bk.
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Author Gray, James P., 1945-
Subject Drug abuse -- Government policy -- United States.
Drug control -- United States.
Descript 1 online resource (xvi, 284 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Edition Second edition.
Contents pt. I. Introduction -- pt. II. Our drug laws have failed -- 1. Past and present -- A historical perspective -- Emergence of the prison-industrial complex -- 2. Increased harm to communities -- Communities awash in illicit drugs -- Violence and corruption -- Domestic -- Foreign -- 3. Erosion of protections of the Bill of Rights: where's Paul Revere? -- 4. Increased harm to drug users -- Demonization -- Deterioration of health -- 5. Increased harm for the future -- Conspiracy theories -- Government policy: don't discuss it! -- pt. III. Options -- 6. Increased zero tolerance -- 7. Education -- 8. Drug treatment -- Rehabilitation -- Medicalization -- Needle-exchange programs -- Drug-substitution programs -- Drug maintenance programs -- 9. Deprofitization of drugs -- Legalization -- Decriminalization -- Regulated distribution -- 10. Federalism, not federalization -- pt. IV. What we can do about it -- Appendix A. Resolution -- Appendix B. Government Commission reports and other public inquiries.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781439908006 electronic bk.
1439908001 electronic bk.
Author Gray, James P., 1945-
Subject Drug abuse -- Government policy -- United States.
Drug control -- United States.

Subject Drug abuse -- Government policy -- United States.
Drug control -- United States.
Descript 1 online resource (xvi, 284 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents pt. I. Introduction -- pt. II. Our drug laws have failed -- 1. Past and present -- A historical perspective -- Emergence of the prison-industrial complex -- 2. Increased harm to communities -- Communities awash in illicit drugs -- Violence and corruption -- Domestic -- Foreign -- 3. Erosion of protections of the Bill of Rights: where's Paul Revere? -- 4. Increased harm to drug users -- Demonization -- Deterioration of health -- 5. Increased harm for the future -- Conspiracy theories -- Government policy: don't discuss it! -- pt. III. Options -- 6. Increased zero tolerance -- 7. Education -- 8. Drug treatment -- Rehabilitation -- Medicalization -- Needle-exchange programs -- Drug-substitution programs -- Drug maintenance programs -- 9. Deprofitization of drugs -- Legalization -- Decriminalization -- Regulated distribution -- 10. Federalism, not federalization -- pt. IV. What we can do about it -- Appendix A. Resolution -- Appendix B. Government Commission reports and other public inquiries.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781439908006 electronic bk.
1439908001 electronic bk.

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