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Marijuana is Safer: So Why Are We Driving People to Drink?

Nationally recognized marijuana-policy experts Steve Fox, Paul Armentano, and Mason Tvert compare and contrast the relative harms and legal status of the two most popular recreational substances in the world--marijuana and alcohol. Through an objective examination of the two drugs and the laws and social practices that steer people toward alcohol, the authors pose a simple yet rarely considered question: Why do we punish adults who make the rational, safer choice to use marijuana instead of alcohol?

Marijuana Is Safer reaches for a broad audience…

Submitted:Aug 21, 2009
Author:Steve Fox
Brand:Chelsea Green Publishing
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Category:Medical Law & Legislation
5 diggs • 0 comments • Aug 21, 2009

Amazon.com: Marijuana is Safer: So Why Are We Driving People

Amazon.com: Marijuana is Safer: So Why Are We Driving People to Drink? (9781603581448): Steve Fox, Paul Armentano, Mason Tvert, Norm Stamper: Books

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A Kind and Just Parent

Through brilliant storytelling, Ayers captures the lives and personalities of young people caught in the juvenile justice system and urges us to change the way we think about kids and crime.

"Ayers's book does for incarcerated kids . . . what Studs Terkel has done for the city's working folks, [and] what Alex Kotlowitz has done for the residents of its housing projects."

—Anthony Platt, Los Angeles Times Book Review "Based on his observations as a teacher in Chicago's Juvenile Court system, the nation's largest institution of juvenile justice. . . . The book offers a view of delinquent youths you won't see much of on the evening news."

Submitted:Oct 7, 2008
Author:William Ayers
Brand:Beacon Press
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Category:Child Advocacy
5 diggs • 0 comments • Oct 7, 2008

Amazon.com: A Kind and Just Parent: Bill Ayers

In a well-written and profoundly disturbing book, Ayers, who teaches offenders in Chicago's juvenile court system, is a brilliant storyteller. His book portrays the lives of his students--both within the juvenile temporary detention center and on the "outside."

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