Provides an overview of the discovery, interchange, and exploitation of drugs including coffee, peyote, and heroin, and explains how this profitable enterprise has come to be more restricted through the centuries.Paris: aquot;Report from France on Cigarette Controversyaquot; (TS, 1954), box 109, folder 6, HP. TMSC: box 109, folder 5, HP, quotations from Campbell-Johnson to John Hill, 12 June 1956, aquot;Survey of Opinion on Smoking and Lung Canceraquot; (TS, 1958), 2, ... aquot;Daily Consumption of Cigarettes (per capita 15+), aquot; http://www.cctc.ca/ncth/ stats/sales/sales-caus- 6191.pdf 11 February 2000; Kluger, Ashes to Ashes, 703.
|Title||:||FORCES OF HABIT|
|Author||:||David T. COURTWRIGHT|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 2001|