Table of contents for Drugs and society : U.S. public policy / edited by Jefferson M. Fish.

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Table of Contents
Foreword
		Gary E. Johnson
Preface
Contributors
1-Rethinking U. S. Drug Policy
		Jefferson M. Fish
	Appendix-The United States and the Netherlands
Douglas A. McVay
Part I--Historical Background
2-Protestant Missionaries: Creators of the International War on Drugs 
Jerry Mandel
3-- Alcohol Prohibition and Drug Prohibition: Lessons from Alcohol Policy for Drug Policy
Harry G. Levine and Craig Reinarman
Part II--Conceptual Background
4-- Five Drug Policy Fallacies
		Jefferson M. Fish
5-- Competing Rationales for Drug Policy Reform
		Douglas Husak
Part III--Policy Considerations
6-- Legalization: An Introduction
Richard M. Evans and Stanley Neustadter
7-Acute Toxicity of Drugs versus Regulatory Status
		Robert S. Gable
8- Proposals for De-Escalating the War on Drugs
		Jefferson M. Fish
9-- Economics of Illegal Drug Markets: What Happens if We "Downsize" the Drug War?
Mary M. Cleveland
10-Issues in Legalization 
Steven B. Duke and Albert C. Gross

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Drug abuse -- Government policy -- United States.
Narcotics, Control of -- United States.
Narcotics and crime -- United States.
Substance abuse -- Prevention -- United States.
Drug legalization -- United States.