Finalist for the 2005 national business book award
“An eye-opening account of the nation’s most valuable agricultural product … and a convincing argument for its legalization.”
virtually overflows with interesting players: growers, activists, smugglers, dealers and a few demons, as well…. A fascinating read … [Mulgrew] makes arguments that need to be heard and acted upon.”
–Winnipeg Free Press
About the Author
Award-winning journalist Ian Mulgrew has worked for newspapers and magazines, authored three books and co-authored another. He has also produced and hosted numerous broadcast programs. He is currently the legal affairs columnist for the Vancouver Sun
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