Highlights the failures of the government's war on marijuana, likening it to 1920s-style prohibition politics, and points to the need for citizen initiatives to change drug policy.As the risks of strict enforcement increase, so do profit and value.47 Marijuana prices rose after the war on drugs began. In 1982, the street price for an ounce, adjusted for inflation, was about $75. By 1998, it had reached about $325; in someanbsp;...
|Author||:||Rudolph Joseph Gerber|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2004|