$19.95Order Code: RRP979 ISBN : 9781642821482
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This volume presents a journalistic history of cannabis use, focusing on how successive phases of fear (often coupled with racist attitudes toward Mexicans and Latinos) and embrace (by hippies, U.S. soldiers in Vietnam, and other segments of the counterculture) have often clouded sound judgment about the benefits and risks of the drug. The articles explore multiple facets of these diverse approaches, highlighting an array of medical, economic, and social perspectives on marijuana and those who use it.
This title is part of the series: CHANGING PERSPECTIVES