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eBook Addicts Who Survived: An Oral History of Narcotic Use in America, 1923-1965 ePub

by David Courtwright,Herman Joseph,Don Des Jarlais,Claude Brown

  • ISBN: 0870495879
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: David Courtwright,Herman Joseph,Don Des Jarlais,Claude Brown
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Tennessee Pr; 1 edition (May 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 399
  • ePub book: 1518 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1176 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
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The authors employ the techniques of oral history to penetrate the nether world of the drug user, giving us an engrossing portrait of life in the drug subculture during the "classic" era of strict narcotic control. Praise for the hardcover.

The authors employ the techniques of oral history to penetrate the nether world of the drug user, giving us an engrossing portrait of life in the drug subculture during the "classic" era of strict narcotic control. Claude Brown, author of the bestseller, Manchild in the Promised Land.

by David Courtwright (Author), Herman Joseph (Author), Don Des Jarlais (Author), Claude Brown (Foreword) & 1. .This comprehensive history of drug addiction in the .

by David Courtwright (Author), Herman Joseph (Author), Don Des Jarlais (Author), Claude Brown (Foreword) & 1 more. ISBN-13: 978-0870495878.

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Book Description: The authors employ the techniques of oral history to penetrate the nether world of the drug user, giving us an engrossing portrait of life in the drug subculture during the "classic" era of strict narcotic control

Book Description: The authors employ the techniques of oral history to penetrate the nether world of the drug user, giving us an engrossing portrait of life in the drug subculture during the "classic" era of strict narcotic control.

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Malara Malara
This is a great book. It contains fascinating accounts from the addicts who did survive the "classic" era of opioid addiction. As an added bonus, Drs. Dole and Nyswander have given interviews recorded in this book. This is a bit of addiction treatment history that should not be forgotten.
Flocton Flocton
The stories describe life in the opium dens, dealing with the Federal Narcotics Farms (Texas & Kentucky)and dealing with the pressures applied in the Anslinger era. It's a telling exposé of how little progress has been made in Drug Control Policy.