Nancy D. Campbell, associate professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, writes about drug policy, science, and culture. She lives in upstate New York. JP Olsen is a filmmaker whose work has appeared on PBS, ABC, CBS, A&E, and The Discovery Channel. Luke Walden is a documentary film cameraman and editor whose most recent credits include a film about UN peacekeeping in war-torn countries. Olsen and Walden live in New York.
It's a fascinating book, and much of it is told with excellent black and white pictures.
It would also make a great gift for anyone in those fields or anyone in Central Kentucky interested in the history of the area.
Having spent some federal prison time at "The Narco Farm" I can tell you it was a gallant if failed experiment.
A fascinating book about a very special place that, at the time it was in existence, was the only addiction treatment center in the country.Published 6 months ago by A. B. Lawver
I enjoyed reading about the start of drug use and treatment at the prison farm. This was a great book.Published 8 months ago by Don Walters II
Verg comprehensive and impressively researched. If you have any i terest in this topic, you will find this well worth the read.Published 12 months ago by Hulett H. Askew
A greatl book if you are a history buff or if you have a reason to dig into the history of this place which is now operating as the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, KY. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alta C. Raper