This is an exhaustive look at nixons war on drugs as a failed experiment in social engineering it provides a very good overview of draconian laws primarily in canada and the us that have resulted in an unprecedented number of people disproportionately young black men serving time in prison. Get this from a library the war on drugs a failed experiment paula mallea in 1971 president richard nixon coined the term war on drugs his campaign to eradicate illegal drug use was picked up by the media and championed by succeeding presidents including reagan . The war on drugs has failed in all of its objectives she writes it has not reduced the drug trade eliminated production or decreased the number of users also illegal drugs have been a huge gift to organized crime with plenty of accompanying violence and corruption as well the drug war is unfairly waged. Paula mallea in the war on drugs approaches this issue from a variety of points of view offering insight into the history of drug use and abuse in the twentieth century the pharmacology of illegal drugs the economy of the illegal drug trade and the complete lack of success that the war on drugs has had on drug cartels and the drug supply . Get this from a library the war on drugs a failed experiment paula mallea explores the spectacular failure of the war on drugs to weaken drug cartels and the illegal drug supply as well as the modern history of drug use and abuse the pharmacology of illegal drugs and
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