America's Longest War by Steven B. Duke
Rethinking Our Tragic Crusade Against Drugs

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A look at the failed "war on drugs" asks and answers such questions as why are we fighting this war? Is it winnable? Can we make America a drug-free society? Is drug prohibition the cause of crime? and other questions.
 

About Steven B. Duke

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Duke has held the chair of Law of Science and Technology Professor at Yale Law School, where he has taught since 1961. Gross is a professional writer specializing in social issues, technology, and athletics. He has practiced family law in San Diego County, California for several years.
 
Published June 24, 2014 by Open Road Media. 368 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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A harshly critical but trenchant look at the war on drugs, the ``failure'' of which leads the authors to propose realistic, achievable solutions that go beyond mere legalization.

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