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Politics, prohibition and addiction

  1. aemetha
    df2cd87532e2f2b64ef97d4bcec2accf.jpg In this series of articles, I will be examining the prohibition of drugs and alcohol, and the impact that has on users. I will first briefly detail the development of modern prohibition in the United States and Internationally. Part two will explore the motivations of individuals who use illicit substances. Part three will examine the effectiveness of the outcomes of prohibition and how they relate to the motivations of users. Part four will examine alternatives to prohibition.

Recent User Reviews

  1. perro-salchicha614
    "Excellent article."
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Feb 5, 2017
    Great historical perspective. This article makes a good case for considering historical efforts at prohibition when looking at current drug policies.


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