Marijuana : opposing viewpoints / Jamuna Carroll, book editor.
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- ISBN: 0737733233 :
- ISBN: 0737733241 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Physical Description: 224 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Detroit, MI : Greenhaven Press, 
- Copyright: ©2006
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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ch. 1. Is marijuana use a serious problem? -- 1. Marijuana use is harmful / Joseph M. Rey, Andres Martin, Pewter Krabman -- 2. Marijuana use is not usually harmful / Lester Grinspoon, James B. Bakalar, Ethan Russo -- 3. Marijuana use among youths is a serious problem / National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University -- 4. Marijuana use among youths is declining / Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration -- 5. Marijuana is becoming more potent / National Drug Intelligence Center -- 6. Claims that marijuana is becoming more potent are exaggerated / Daniel Forbes -- 7. Driving under the influence of marijuana is dangerous / pt. I. Office of National Drug Control Policy ; pt. II. Stephen G. Wallace -- 8. Driving under the influence of marijuana is not especially dangerous -- National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws -- ch. 2. Are current marijuana policies effective and fair? -- 1. The war on drugs punishes marijuana users too harshly / Richard Lowry -- 2. The war on drugs is necessary to reduce marijuana use / William J. Bennett -- 3. Marijuana prohibition laws unfairly imprison minor offenders / Pete Brady -- 4. Marijuana prohibition laws do not imprison minor offenders / Iain Murray -- 5. Federal laws prohibiting the use of medical marijuana harm patients / Christopher Largen -- 6. Federal laws prohibiting the use of medical marijuana protect patients / Eric A. Voth -- 7. The federal government should not override state medical marijuana laws / Sherry F. Colb -- 8. The federal government should override state medical marijuana laws / Laura M. Nagel -- ch. 3. Should marijuana be legalized? -- 1. Marijuana should be legalized / Ethan A. Nadelmann -- 2. Marijuana should be decriminalized / R. Keith Stroup -- 3. Marijuana should remain illegal / John P. Walters -- 4. Medical marijuana should be legalized / Marijuana Policy Project -- 5. Safe and effective alternatives to medical marijuana exist / Drug Enforcement Administration -- ch. 4. What should be done to limit marijuana use? -- 1. D.A.R.E. prevents marijuana use / Brett Richardson, Leann Richardson -- 2. D.A.R.E. is destructive and ineffective / Dan Savage -- 3. Anti-marijuana public service announcements deter drug use / National Institute on Drug Abuse -- 4. Anti-marijuana public service announcements are ineffective / Rich Lowry -- 5. Treatment programs for marijuana users are effective / Susan Sampl, Ronald Kadden -- 6. Treatment programs for marijuana users are unnecessary / Richard Cowan -- 7. The government's marijuana suppression program reduces drug use / Karen Tandy -- 8. The government's marijuana suppression program is harmful / Pete Brady.
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