"Drugs & Alcohol in the 21st Century: Theory, Behavior, & Policy" examines the collective response to addictive behaviors in America, and its influence on the creation and implementation of national policy in the 20th and 21st century. A close look is given to Americas response to five drugs with ambiguous political histories alcohol, cocaine, hallucinogens, marijuana, and opiates. The physical and psychological conditions that contribute to addictive behaviors are explored, as well as how those condition impact individuals, families and communities. Responses from politicians, the alcohol and drug industry, citizens groups, and bureaucracies including law enforcement, public health, schools and colleges are discussed.
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