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Drugs in American Society

mit der Internationalen Sammlung moderner Kunst der Gruppe a.r. : Muzeum Sztuki Łódź : 16. Februar bis 15. April 1989 : Bahnhof Rolandseck

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        StatementMcGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
        PublishersMcGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
        LC ClassificationsJune 23, 2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 72 p. :
        Number of Pages43
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        ISBN 100072874988

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Drugs in American Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture ...

This encyclopedia provides a multidisciplinary perspective on the various aspects of the American drug problem, including the drugs themselves, the actions taken in attempts to curb or stop the drug trade, the efforts at intervention and treatment of those individuals affected by drug use, and the cultural and economic effects of drug use in the United States. But importantly, approaches that are limited to addressing opioid misuse—a primarily white phenomenon—risk perpetuating racial disparities in the justice system.

Since then, increased incarceration has had essentially no effect on violent crime rates; at best, it has yielded marginal decreases in property crime. If past is prologue, it should come as no surprise that drugs remain part of the American culture today, and it should also come as no surprise that efforts to reduce or eliminate drug use often meet with much resistance and little success.

Drug law violations constitute a substantial proportion of incarcerations in local, state, and federal facilities and represent the most common arrest category. Drugs in American Society it might sound like a stereotype, the Irish drank a lot of alcohol back in their homeland, and they continued to do so once they reached the United States.

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