Busy people with diverse interests, ranging from college students to professionals, who wish to inform themselves in a succinct yet authoritative manner about a particular topic.
An incisive approach to a complex and timely issue, laid out in a straight-forward, question-and-answer format.
Top experts in their given fields, ranging from an Economist correspondent to a director at the Council on Foreign Relations, you can trust our authors’ expertise and guidance.
They managed to condense, in very readable terms, layer upon layer of scholarly research about the many facets of drug policy.
The Q&A format, handled in detail in the Table of Contents, makes it easy to find specific information as well as to dive deeply when you're up for it.
Alcohol kills more than all illicit drugs combined - 85,000 vs. 17,000 in 2000, per a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Good book that's very informative and objective about this topic. The whole thing is organized into questions about drugs and drug policy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nick
Excellent book for people starting to study the world of drugs, or that want simpler explanations for such a complicated topic. Very recomendable.Published 9 months ago by Luisa Sanchez Iriarte Mendoza
There is a lot of info in here. I don't necessarily agree with all of it, but much of it is thought provoking. Read morePublished 21 months ago by my name
Kleinman claims he's all for drug policy, yet in this video he's in kahooz with drug legalizers. Kelinman's book is lacking in understanding of the recovery process and shows no... Read morePublished on July 30, 2012 by Alexandra D Datig
Being an analyst who follows the drug war in Mexico on a daily basis, I was really interested in this book to learn more about the drugs themselves, rather than just how they were... Read morePublished on October 6, 2011 by Sylvia Longmire
This book is really about things parents should know.
First to be able to tell the truth to their kids and second to know themselves about it.