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Drug Policy
in the Media

This page provides links to media articles about drug policy that I have found interesting and informative.

See also my page
Drug Policy Organizations
.

Note that inclusion on this page does not necessarily indicate agreement with the article's positions or conclusions.


The Articles

Frontpage Magazine (20.Jun.2001), Frontpage Magazine (20.Jun.2001) , "Stop the War on Drugs": Tanya Metaksa, columnist for Frontpage Magazine, argues that the war on drugs has gone too far. Backed by civil forfeiture laws, "The War on Drugs has turned federal, state, and local police across the country into black-suited Rambo-cops, endangering honest citizens in their search for drugs and drug assets." [N. B.: This is an archive of the actual page which is no longer available. The archive is hosted by the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.] 

New York Times  (28.Feb.1999), "The War on Drugs Retreats, Still Taking Prisoners"New York Times  (28.Feb.1999) , "The War on Drugs Retreats, Still Taking Prisoners": An incredible article on the drug war.  Part 1 of 2. Filled with statistics, stories and analysis.   It is must reading for anyone who thinks our current war on drugs is working. 

New York Times  (01.Mar.1999), "Soldiers of the Drug War Remain on Duty"New York Times  (01.Mar.1999) , "Soldiers of the Drug War Remain on Duty": An incredible article on the drug war.  Part 2 of 2. Filled with statistics, stories and analysis.   It is must reading for anyone who thinks our current war on drugs is working. 


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