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A Drugwar Carol Recommended Reading

A Drug War Carol

  • Now available in real live dead tree edition!

Agency of Fear: Opiates and Political Power in America

  • Edward Jay Epstein Paperback: 352 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.81 x 9.21 x 6.03 Publisher: Verso Books; ISBN: 0860915298; Revised edition (December 1990) Amazon.com Sales Rank: 559,120

Ain't Nobody's Business If You Do : The Absurdity of Consensual Crimes in Our Free Country

  • by Peter McWilliams, Jean Sedillos Paperback: 692 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.62 x 8.26 x 5.20 Publisher: Mary Book / Prelude Pr; ISBN: 0931580587; Reprint edition (June 1996) Other Editions: Hardcover | Audio Cassette

Bad Trip: How the War Against Drugs is Destroying America

  • "Drug abuse is bad. But Joel Miller demonstrates that the War on Drugs is far worse. The government is financing terrorism and underwriting corruption even as it violates the freedom of Americans. Yet drug use continues unabated. As Miller so ably proves, the government's drug war is the ultimate bad trip." ~DOUG BANDOW Senior fellow at the Cato Institute, former Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan

Busted

  • Thirty years ago Richard Nixon called drugs "the modern curse of youth" and launched the modern "War on Drugs" as we know it. Thirty years later, even the conservative National Review has said, "The War on Drugs has failed." Spanning three decades, Busted tells readers why, charting the violence, chaos, and corruption that the War on Drugs has spawned. It includes frontline reporting from all over the world, literary journalism, public records, and provocative commentary from the left and right.

Clockwork Straight, A

  • Tell me your deepest, darkest secret. This page is not about "Scared Straight", nor is it about one's sexual orientation. It is about Straight, Inc.

Cocaine: An Unauthorized Biography

  • by Dominic Streatfeild Streatfeild's appropriately rapid narrative takes in such key moments and players as "the year of cocaine" 1969, when the film Easy Rider reintroduced the drug to American popular culture, and George Jung, whose exploits are chronicled in Ted Demme's film Blow, to create a portrait of the drug that ranges over centuries. Though he supports legalization, Streatfeild acknowledges the evil and corruption surrounding the trade. Drawing lessons from history, he also suggests the possibility that "cocaine will fizzle out in the year 2015 the way it did in the early twentieth century." At the close of this absorbing book, he adds, "It deserves to."

Contemporary Literary Censorship:

  • The Case History of Burroughs' Naked Lunch by Michael B. Goodman

Crack in America: Demon Drugs and Social Justice

  • by Craig Reinarman (Editor), Harry Gene Levine (Editor) Paperback: 392 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.00 x 8.93 x 5.97 Publisher: University of California Press; ISBN: 0520202422; (September 1997) Other Editions: Hardcover

Craze:

  • Gin and Debauchery in an Age of Reason by Jessica Warner

Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell, The

  • by Aldous Huxley Paperback: 192 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.47 x 7.97 x 5.32 Publisher: HarperCollins (paper); ISBN: 0060900075; Reissue edition (July 1990)

Down by the River: Drugs, Money, Murder, and Family

  • In January 1995, Lionel Bruno Jordan was shot dead in the parking lot of an El Paso, Tex., K-Mart. A police investigation concluded that it was a botched carjacking; a 13-year-old Mexican was charged and convicted. Bruno's brother Phil, a rising DEA official, suspected the murder had to do with his drug- busting work, but his attempts to get the agency to investigate were blocked at every turn. Exploring this mystery, prize-winning author Bowden weaves an intricate tale of treachery, deceit, corruption and death on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

Drug Crazy

  • Mike Gray Paperback - 272 pages 1 edition (January 2000) Routledge; ISBN: 0415926475 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.66 x 8.26 x 5.49

Drug War

  • by Dan Russel Paperback - 675 pages (September 25, 2000) Kalyx.com; ISBN: 0965025349 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.54 x 9.04 x 6.04

Drug War Addiction

  • By Bill Masters - Accurate Press, 2001 - Sheriff Bill Masters fought the "Drug War." He was good at it. He even won an award from the Drug Enforcement Agency. Through his real-world experiences as a law officer, Masters concluded drug prohibition must be repealed. He discovered the drug war is itself an addiction, more damaging to the fabric of American society than drugs could ever be.

Drug War Heresies: Learning from Other Vices, Times, and Places (Rand

  • by Robert J. MacCoun & Peter Reuter. Cambridge University Press, 2001 Paperback: 464 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.04 x 8.99 x 6.03 Publisher: (Pap Txt); ISBN: 052179997X; In-Print Editions: Hardcover

Drug War Politics: The Price of Denial

  • by Eva Bertram (Editor), Kenneth Sharpe (Contributor), Peter Andreas (Contributor) Paperback: ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.09 x 8.97 x 6.08 Publisher: University of California Press; ISBN: 0520205987; (July 1996) Other Editions: Hardcover

Drug Warriors and Their Prey

  • Richard Lawrence Miller Hardcover (April 1996) Praeger Pub Trade; ISBN: 0275950425 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.01 x 9.47 x 6.43

Drugs

  • By Jeffrey A. Schaler - A superb examination of the arguments from our catalog The debate over drugs continues to exasperate the American public. Many Americans take at face value the assumptions that drugs cause addiction, which leads to crime, and that addiction is an illness. Yet abundant evidence exits to support the view that illegal drug use has more to do with choice, values, and expectations than with addiction, compulsion, or disease.

Drugs: Should We Legalize, Decriminalize or Deregulate? (Contemporary Issues)

  • by Jeffrey A. Schaler (Editor) Paperback: 386 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.06 x 8.97 x 6.00 Publisher: Prometheus Books; ISBN: 1573921963; (June 1998)

Emperor Wears No Clothes, The

  • Jack Herer Paperback - 330 pages 11th edition (November 2000) AH HA Publishing Co.; ISBN: 1878125028 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.70 x 10.96 x 8.47

Ending the Drug War

  • A Solution for America - Dirk Chase Eldridge Hardcover - 207 pages (September 1998) Bridge Works Pub Co; ISBN: 1882593243 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.14 x 9.57 x 6.62

Enemy Is Us, The

  • Hardcover: 193 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.80 x 9.24 x 6.21 Publisher: Hefty Pr; ISBN: 0965399974; (October 1997) In-Print Editions: Paperback "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. He focuses on the facts of history to justify his position and to identify the bureaucratic blunders that led to drug prohibition.

Everything Is Permitted:

  • The Making of Naked Lunch by Ira Silverberg (Editor)

Forfeiting Our Property Rights:

  • Is Your Property Safe from Seizure? by Henry Hyde
  • Hyde's disclosure of this little understood but heinous law is excellent. As Hyde explains, under civil forfeiture laws your private property can be taken without finding you guilty of anything. Sound unAmerican? You bet! But it is all legal. Hyde clearly discusses the background and current practices and recommends reform in this area.

Gin:

  • The Much Lamented Death of Madam Geneva by Patrick Dillon

Great Drug War, The

  • Arnold Trebach Hardcover (June 1987) MacMillan Publishing Company; ISBN: 0026198304

Healing Our World:

  • The Other Piece of the Puzzle by Mary J., Dr. Ruwart, Brian Betzold (Illustrator)

High and the Mighty, The: The War on Drugs

  • (video)By Milton Friedman & Peter Robinson - Hoover Institution Press, 2000 - Former California governor Wilson defends drug prohibition, while Friedman scores solid points. Friedman declares: "I think that prohibition of drugs is the most immoral program that the United States has ever engaged in. It's destroyed civil rights at home and it is responsible for thousands of deaths abroad."

Human Rights and the US Drug War

  • By Mikki Norris & Chris Conrad & Virginia Resner - This little book argues that the War on Drugs violates not only the UN Declaration of Universal Rights, but the US Bill of Rights as well. The War on (Some) Drugs not only undermines civil society, or imposes the values of some on others, or constitutes a futile waste of public money—it violates our most fundamental rights and is destroying our freedom.

License to Steal, A

  • by Richard Leonard W. Levy Hardcover (November 1995) Univ of North Carolina Pr; ISBN: 0807822426 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.13 x 9.31 x 6.30

Marijuana Conviction: A History of Marijuana Prohibition in the United States (Drug Policy Classic Reprint from the Lindesmith Center), The

  • by Richard J. Bonnie (Preface), Charles H. Whitebread, Dana L. Farnsworth Paperback: 368 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.23 x 9.05 x 6.05 Publisher: Bookworld Services; ISBN: 1891385062; (July 1999)

Marijuana Myths Marijuana Facts: A Review Of The Scientific Evidence

  • by Lynn Zimmer, John P. Morgan Paperback: 241 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.59 x 9.00 x 6.03 Publisher: The Lindesmith Center; ISBN: 0964156849; (August 1997)

Marijuana: Not Guilty As Charged

  • by David R. Ford, Tod H. Mikuriya M.D. (Foreword) Hardcover: 253 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.85 x 9.28 x 6.20 Publisher: Good Pr; ISBN: 0965593258; (October 1, 1997)

Naked Lunch

  • by William S. Burroughs "He was," as Salon's Gary Kamyia notes, "20th-century drug culture's Poe, its Artaud, its Baudelaire. He was the prophet of the literature of pure experience, a phenomenologist of dread…. Burroughs had the scary genius to turn the junk wasteland into a parallel universe, one as thoroughly and obsessively rendered as Blake's."

Narcocorridos: A Journey into the Music of Drugs, Guns &

  • A Year-Long Sojourn Through a Gritty and Fascinating Underworld Musical Style by mrkstvns Mar 07 '02 Powerful stories with the ring of absolute truth. Controversial and hated topic in many circles. The Bottom Line: First book covering the fascinating underworld music of the underworld drug culture of the border region. Powerful music dealing with powerful themes needs a powerful book — like this one.

New Dictionary of Quotations, A

  • On Historical Principles from Ancient and Modern Sources By Henry Louis Mencken Alfred A. Knopf, 1989 HL0214, Hardcover, 1347 pages
  • H.L. Mencken (1880-1956) was an extraordinary writer—and reader. To compile this unique book of quotations, he brought to bear a lifetime of wide-ranging scholarship and a charmingly maverick intelligence. This delightful and indispensable resource, weighing in at a hefty 1,347 pages, is now available at considerable savings.

Ominous Parallels

  • Leonard Peikoff Paperback - 352 pages (October 1997) Plume; ISBN: 0452011175 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.95 x 8.04 x 5.34

On Language: Chomsky's Classic Works Language and Responsibility and Reflections on Language in One Volume

  • Paperback: 269 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.34 x 9.22 x 6.11 Publisher: New Press; ISBN: 1565844750; (November 1998)

On Liberty and Drugs

  • By Milton Friedman & Thomas Szasz. How drug prohibition laws trigger about half of all property crime and violent crime. This dandy little volume gives you concise, forceful articles by and interviews with the two most eloquent opponents of drug prohibition laws. Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman documents the horrors of these laws. He shows how they trigger escalating violent crime, including 10,000 murders a year, how they spread corruption and distract police from protecting peaceful citizens, why these laws are responsible for the crack epidemic, and how drug prohibition laws inflict unintended cruel penalties on crack babies. Friedman refutes those who claim that repealing drug prohibition laws would lead to much more drug use.

Our Right to Drugs: The Case for a Free Market

  • by Thomas Szasz Hardcover: 199 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.11 x 9.57 x 6.39 Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group; ISBN: 0275942163; (April 30, 1992) In-Print Editions: Paperback (Reprint)

Peaceful Measures: Canada's Way Out of the 'War on Drugs'

  • Paperback: 401 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.21 x 8.99 x 6.04 Publisher: Univ of Toronto Pr; ISBN: 0802067530; (September 1990) In-Print Editions: Hardcover

Prescription Pot: A Leading Advocate's Heroic Battle to Legalize Medical Marijuana

  • As of the writing of this book, McMahon was one of seven persons in the U.S. who could smoke marijuana legally. As a person with the rare genetic disorder Nail Patella Syndrome, he participates in the federal government's Compassionate Investigational New Drug Program. Under the program's auspices, he receives 300 government-grown-and-packed joints each month. (Thanks to the redoubled war on drugs, the program no longer accepts new participants.) The herb frees him from most of the pain associated with the bone and joint deformities resulting from his disease and allows him to live a more normal life. Those 300 joints replace 400 morphine pills for him, yet medical morphine is legal and medical cannabis isn't. McMahon has made campaigning for legalization of medical marijuana his life's mission, and the book documents his dialogues with legislators and law-enforcement personnel to date. It also includes heartrending testimony from other medical marijuana users, legal and not, and the transcript of a supportive scientific study. A well thought-out argument in favor of legalizing cannabis for clinical use. Donna Chavez Copyright � American Library Association. All rights reserved

Recovery Options:

  • The Complete Guide by Joseph Volpicelli (Author), Maia Szalavitz (Author)

Reinventing Justice: The American Drug Court Movement (Princeton Studies

  • by James L. Nolan Princeton University Press, 2001, 254 pages. Hardcover: 272 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.96 x 9.48 x 6.36 Publisher: Princeton Univ Pr; ISBN: 0691074526

Resisting 12-Step Coercion

  • How to Fight Forced Participation in Aa, Na, or 12-Step Treatment by Stanton Peele, Charles Bufe, Archie Brodsky

Rumpole a LA Carte

  • by John Clifford Mortimer - Six new tales featuring everyone's favorite barrister, Horace Rupole—disheveled, polemical, and immensely fond of cigars, Wordsworth, and Chateau Thames Embankment. "One of the immortals of mystery fiction" (San Francisco Chronicle), Mortimer's Rumpole has also been featured on the popular PBS series, "Mystery!"

Rumpole a LA Carte

  • Audio - This is a really funny story, well told by Leo McKern, who IS Rumpole. (There are other Rumpole readers, but his is the best, even if you never saw his tv version) For Rumpole of the Bailey fans, you have all the usual cast, She Who Must Be Obeyed, Erskine Brown cheating on Portia, Uncle Tom, and Soapy Sam Ballard, head of Chambers. Lots of fun and really a pleasure to listen to. Couldn't even tell it was abridged. I'm a lawyer and I listen to mine evey few months to get recharged —This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.

Saying Yes:

  • In Defense of Drug Use by Jacob Sullum

Sex, Drugs & Consenting Adults

  • By John Stossel ABC News, 1999 CU7828, Video, 50 min Stossel plays devil's advocate, throwing the points for repression at eloquent champions of toleration like Ain't Nobody's Business if You Do author Peter McWilliams, American Civil Liberties Union President Nadine Strossen, a Bronx priest who blames the crime epidemic on the drug war, and an anguished father fighting the FDA so he can get a new medication for his dying daughter.

Shattered Lives

  • Portraits from America's Drug War By Mikki Norris & Chris Conrad & Virginia Resner Creative Xpressions, 1998 CU8071, Paperback, 118 pages

Smoke and Mirrors

  • Dan Baum pages Reprint edition (June 1997) Little Brown & Co (Pap); ISBN: 0316084468 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.00 x 8.13 x 5.52

Spectre of Forfeiture

  • by Judy Osburn

Straight Dope, The

  • 'THE PURSUIT OF OBLIVION: A GLOBAL HISTORY OF NARCOTICS' BY RICHARD DAVENPORT-HINES

Techniques of Persuasion, from Propaganda to Brainwashing

  • by James Alexander Campbell, Brown Paperback: Publisher: Viking Press; ISBN: 0140206043; (September 1963)

Therapeutic State, The

  • ''Justifying Government at Century's End'' by James L., Jr. Nolan

Truth About Addiction and Recovery,The

  • The Life Process Program for Outgrowing Destructive Habits By Stanton Peele & Archie Brodsky

Twelve-Year Sentence Radical Views of Compulsory Schooling, The

  • By William F. Rickenbacker Foreword by David Boaz Fox & Wilkes, 1998 ED7943, Paperback, 236 pages

War on Drugs, The

  • (VHS video) By John Stossel - It took courage for Stossel and his associates to launch this extraordinarily dramatic attack on drug prohibition, considering the political power of prohibitionists today. This new video may be the most effective tool to show people the evils of the war on drugs.

Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It: A Judicial Indictment of the War on Drugs

  • Judge Gray's book is n well written, thought provoking examination of our nation's current drug policy. Judge Gray not only explains how the war on drugs has failed to curb drug use, but also how it has inflicted severe damage on the rights of citizens of this nation whether or not they use illegal drugs. A must read for anyone who wishes to take his or her head out of the sand regarding this important issue of the day.
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