Ending the War on Drugs by Dirk Chase Eldredge
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A conservative Republican examines how and why America is losing the war against illegal drugs—and presents a case for carefully controlled legalization.
 

About Dirk Chase Eldredge

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Eldredge, a successful entrepreneur, was a co-chairman for Southern California of Ronald Reagan's campaign for Governor. A member of the Drug Policy Foundation, he has studied drug policy issues for many years.
 
Published July 21, 1998 by Bridge Works. 208 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Business & Economics, Crime. Non-fiction

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A slim but helpful volume examining the inadequacy of current US drug policies and how these policies might be changed.

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Yes, as Eldredge says, the majority of drug users may pose no threat to society and most users are more pathetic than dangerous, but for those who worry about the effect of legalization on children, a two-page argument that drugs are already easy to obtain comes across as perfunctory.

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Ending the War on Drugs is a timely book since illegal drug use in America is currently a political hot potato.

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