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The Great Drug War: Supplemental Notes and Materials
Fatal Distraction: Supplemental Notes and Materials
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Paying The Piper
Books by Arnold Trebach
This controversial book reveals why ineffective governmental efforts at drug control divert vital resources from far more pressing areas of national security.
The Great Drug War: And Rational Proposals to Turn the Tide
by Arnold Trebach
The Great Drug War
by Arnold S. Trebach
Formerly published by Macmillan; 2005 edition from UP includes new introduction and links to extensive source materials.
"At last! A professor, attorney, and writer who offers a reasonable and realistic approach to the drug problem in America."
-- Psychology Today
"This controversial study is likely to be widely discussed."
-- Publishers Weekly
"...Trebach's proposals are worthy of serious consideration... Highly recommended."
-- Library Journal
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"This is the Book of Genesis for the modern drug war. While the Reagans claimed to believe in personal freedom, they launched a campaign that justified perverse inrtusions into the very bodies and bodily fluids of American citizens. Many parents felt impelled to imprison their kids in destructive "treatment" programs if they had smoked an occaisional marijuana joint. Here you see the invasions of basic American freedoms that were expanded in the current era of terror - and defended on the grounds that they were nothing to fret about because they had already been accepted in the drug war. " — Synopsis The Great Drug War
Drug Prohibition and the Conscience of Nations Arnold S. Trebach and Kevin B. Zeese, Editors.
Legalize It? : Debating American Drug Policy (American University Press, 1993) Arnold S.Trebach and James A. Inciardi.
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Liberty and Drugs : Essays on the Free Market and Prohibition Arnold S. Trebach and Kevin B. Zeese, Editors.
Strategies for Change : New Directions in Drug Policy
by Arnold S. Trebach (Editor)