The cost of getting an addict through rehab is roughly 25% the cost of keeping them in prison. The War on Drugs has failed in America

The cost of getting an addict through rehab is roughly 25% the cost of keeping them in prison. The War on Drugs has failed in America

Nobel Prize economists call for end to war on drugs

Nobel Prize economists call for end to war on drugs

Five Nobel Prize-winning economists are calling for an end to the global war on drugs and a shift over to policies that focus on public health. The economists, along with over a dozen professors...

Mass Incarceration - America is number one in this dubious practice of the waste of human talent. [#infographic #prison]

The Drug War And Mass Incarceration By The Numbers

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People' DO WE REALLY NEED TO BE TOLD THIS? IT'S BLATANTLY OBVIOUS.

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

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Dan Baum, writing in support of drug legalization at Harper’s, has unleashed a frank 1994 quote from former Nixon policy advisor John Ehrlichman, and as inadvertently salient an argument for legalizing drugs as any I’ve ever seen:

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

Dan Baum, writing in support of drug legalization at Harper’s, has unleashed a frank 1994 quote from former Nixon policy advisor John Ehrlichman, and as inadvertently salient an argument for legalizing drugs as any I’ve ever seen:

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