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The authors present their work in a question and answer format that is excellent.
I recommend that those who advocate legalization as I do, should read this book so as to help keep their discussions more factual.
I believe if marijuana was legal, many people would quit dangerous and addictive drugs in favor of a more healthy choice.
Cop shops and cities, counties and states primarily make their money off scamming their own citizens...property tax, sales tax, gas tax, etc. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Get Serious
I started the book PRO legalization and am now more concerned about legalization despite seeing the benefits. This book does a great job of opening your eyes to all the issues. Read morePublished 3 months ago by FatherOf4
Doesn't go too in-depth on any given issue, but I don't think it was designed too. Provides a good overview and strives to be objective in tone.Published 6 months ago by Danielle
If I were a US citizien looking to form an opinion about the subject, this book would be a very good acquisition. It got a fantastic wealth of information.Published 8 months ago by Guilherme Tomishiyo
This was required reading for a sociology class I took, definitely a good read. Lots of interesting facts and statistics in this one. Definitely recommend.Published 8 months ago by Diana
There's all kinds of errors in this book. The most glaring is assuming that legalization will create more addicts. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Secruss
This is one of the most lucidly written books discussing an important issue that could affect all of us. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ram Gopalan
In some ways I am not sure how to review this book. It reads more like a very critical piece with much discussion of addiction/dependance which the authors weave into most topics. Read morePublished 11 months ago by T. Teater
Still reading it, but it seems to be a middle of the road examination of the issue, not just one side.Published 12 months ago by Carl W Johnson