Home Browse Books Book details, Prohibition's Second Failure: The Quest for . .Prohibition's Second Failure: The Quest for a Rational and Humane Drug Policy. By Theodore R. Vallance. Vallance gives a current picture of the American drug problem and the ideological base that maintains it. The author analyzes economic and social costs of the drug problem, including the costs incurred by the recent "war on drugs. Reporting the most recent economic cost data on the drug problem, the book offers criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of current . drug policy and discusses its successes and failures. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.
Prohibition's second failure. the quest for a rational and humane drug policy. Published 1993 by Praeger in Westport, Conn. Drug abuse, Drug control, Drug legalization, Government policy. Includes bibliographical references (p. -167) and index.
January 1993 · The Humanistic Psychologist. Christopher M. Aanstoos. In this very tightly argued book, Vallance examines the following issues: the nature of today's drug problem; the costs to society of the current 'war on drugs'; an assessment of the failure of that war; the consequences of continuing it with more determination and.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The author analyzes economic and social costs of the drug problem Dreamweaver UltraDev - skapa dynamiska webbsidor Prohibition's Second Failure: The Quest for a Rational and Humane Drug Policy (Inglés) Tapa dura – 30 abr 1993. de Theodore Vallance (Autor) Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto. Dansker-trilogien Get this from a library! Prohibition's second failure : the quest for a rational and humane drug policy. ISBN 1879189003 LC call HV 5825. Debating American Drug Policy. repeated in I. D. Right to Drugs: The Case for a Free Market New York: Praeger. 64 p. New York: Greenwood Press. 0874803799 LC call HV 5088 T48 1991 Trebach.
Prohibition - America's notoriously "failed social experiment" to rid the country of alcohol - took center stage this week as PBS broadcast Ken Burns' highly acclaimed series on the subject. And already, it has been seized on by drug legalization advocates, who say it proves that drug prohibition should be abandoned. But a closer look at what resulted from alcohol prohibition and its relevance to today's anti-drug effort reveals a far more nuanced picture than the legalization lobby might like to admit
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Drug prohibition took many decades to evolve and implement. It is likely that a reformed system based on harm reduction will also evolve slowly over several decades. The author began publicly advocating drug law reform in 1987 and has worked on a voluntary basis for drug law reform full time since 2012. He is president of the Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation. Ending the Drug Wars. Report of the LSE Expert Group on the Economics of Drug Policy. London: LSE IDEAS; 2014 May. Harm Reduction International. Wodak A. The abject failure of drug prohibition. Aust N Z J Criminol 2014;47:190-201. Drug law reform: when bad policy is good politics.
It demonstrates prohibition’s failure. Opinion writer focusing on civil liberties, the drug war and the criminal-justice system. Of course, our maddeningly repetitive response to evidence that prohibition of an intoxicating substance is causing people to turn to more potent and dangerous intoxicating substances has always been to then crack down on those substances too. Imagine for a minute if instead of fighting meth addiction by punishing cold and allergy sufferers, these dry counties lifted their ban on alcohol sales. Better yet, imagine we made it easy to obtain legal amphetamines, which we did for a long time in this country