|Statement||by Paul Ruschmann.|
|LC Classifications||KF3891.M2 R87 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009051404|
This book is a frontal assault on the federal government's almost century-long campaign against marijuana in all its forms―cultivation, growing, selling, and recreational and medicinal by: Marijuana and prohibition -- Marijuana is too dangerous to be legal -- The dangers of marijuana are exaggerated -- Enforcement of marijuana laws is uneven, ineffective, and wasteful -- Marijuana laws must be strictly enforced -- Relaxing marihuana laws would be good for society -- Relaxing marijuana laws would lead to too many problems -- The future of marijuana policy in the United States.5/5(1). With the increase in states legalizing marijuana, understanding the debate about marijuana is more important than ever. Learn about the movement to legalize, the arguments on each side, and what it means for patients, state economies, and legal systems. Examine issues including the history of the movement toward legalization in the United States, efforts toward legalization around the globe. With the increase in states legalizing marijuana, understanding the debate about marijuana is more important than ever. Learn about the movement to legalize, the arguments on each side, and what it means for patients, state economies, and legal systems/5.
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Books about Marijuana Policy and Legalization; Why Marijuana Should Be Legal by Ed Rosenthal and Steve Kubby Marijuana: Not Guilty As Charged by David R. Ford, Tod H. Mikuriya M. D. The Marijuana Conviction by Richard J. Bonnie and Charles H. Whitebread II Marijuana Myths/Marijuana Facts: A Review Of The Scientific Evidence. The Democratic hopeful who may be most vulnerable on marijuana policy is former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who in the s and 90s was a leader in the “war on drugs.’’ He Author: Trip Gabriel. Preview this book» What people are Legalizing Marijuana Kayla Morgan Limited preview - Common terms and phrases. alcohol and tobacco Allison Mack American Anslinger approved became believe legalization believe marijuana benefits billion California cannabis plant Cannabis sativa cause century Controlled Substances Act created. This book caught my eye because I found it humorous that a book about marijuana legalization would be in our Juvenile Nonfiction section. Anyway, it's a nicely presented "issues debated" collection that would make a nice resource for a junior high or high school student who was researching the controversy for an essay or classroom debate/5.