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Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It: 

A Judicial Indictment of the War on Drugs  

by James P. Gray

Available from DPFT with a contribution of $35.

Drug Crazy : How We Got into This Mess and

How We Can Get Out (Paperback) 

by Mike Gray

Available from DPFT with a contribution of $35.

Marijuana Myths Marijuana Facts: A Review Of The Scientific Evidence (Paperback) 

by Lynn Etta Zimmer, Lynn Zimmer, John P. Morgan

Available from DPFT with a contribution of $35.

Drug War Facts


      Edited by Douglas A. McVay

Available from DPFT with a contribution of $30.


By Christopher Largen

A satire on the drug war. Available from ENC Press


Junk is a profound and absurd tragicomedy, an engaging page-turner that reads like a film. Largen devours tough issues like morality, appetite, bigotry and bureaucracy with biting irreverence, and yet it is his characters who shine brightest. Junk will entertain, intrigue and provoke, inspiring debate and exploration as humanity wrestles to define the relationship between health and public policy.” — Joe Camp, writer, producer, and director of the Benji films.

Junk is tragicomedy for thinking people. No partisan camp is immune from Largen’s wit and wisdom, and he takes no prisoners. It was only after pulmonary exhaustion quieted my laughter that I could discern the web of political, moral and personal issues that unite modern archetypes into a cohesive and frighteningly believable plot, set in a not too distant future.” — Dr. James Quinn, Professor of Addictions and Criminology, University of North Texas

Junk is a hoot! Largen exposes the frailties and failings of the drug war with humor and glaring insights into the heart of prohibition. After reading this book, sweets will taste a little sweeter.” — Dean Becker, talk radio host, Cultural Baggage


An Analytic Assessment of U. S. Drug Policy

By David Boyuma and Peter Reuter

Available from 


Licit and Illicit Drugs;

The Consumers Union Report on Narcotics, Stimulants, Depressants,

Inhalants, Hallucinogens and Marijuana-Including Caffei

By Edward M. Brecher

Available from major booksellers.



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