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Drug Addiction: Criminal Act or Public Health Issue?


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Initial post: 15 Aug 2010 04:32:53 BDT
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Marion Stein says:
In the US the "war on drugs" has been nearly a half-century of policy disaster. Millions in prisons, gang violence, an entire "rehab" industry. Why? Was there another way? A different model that might have preventing this disaster?

Larry Harrison's Glimpses of a Floating World is a novel, not a polemic, but it does address it's issue by setting it's story at a turning point in the UK's policy and attitude toward addiction.

What's your view? If addiction is a disease, then what's the treatment? And what's the point of putting addicts in jail?

Marion Stein
Loisaida -- A New York Story
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Glimpses of a Floating World by Larry Harrison (Paperback - 22 Aug 2009)
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