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Violent Politics, Empowering Liberation: US Drug Wars in Cultural Perspective Public Policy
Violent Politics, Empowering Liberation: US Drug Wars in Cultural Perspective is an historical and social psychological study of the War on Drugs. The author, believing that responsible, constitutionally- compatible solutions to the interrelated problems of poverty, killer drug abuse, and street crime can only be crafted after a disciplined examination of the nature of the problem, has written a work that sheds light on the high-level machinations behind the scenes that guaranteed seeming failure of the programs undertaken. The book then moves from an elucidation of the many interrelated problems involved in America's drug problem to lay a foundation for embarking on long-term solutions that would really work for the Americas, their peoples, and others around the world.
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