Login
 
 
 
Search  
Sort by:
Results Listed:
Date Range:
  Advanced Search
 
The World & I eLibrary

World Gallery

Global Culture Studies (at homepage)

 
 
Social Sciences

Books & Travel

Science


The Arts

Spanish

English
 
 
American Indian Heritage
American Waves
Biographies
Ceremonies/Festivities
Diversity in America
Eye on the High Court
Fathers of Faith
Footsteps of Lincoln
Genes & Biotechnology
Impacts
Media in Review
Millennial Moments
Peoples of the World
Poetry
Point/Counterpoint
Profiles in Character
Science and Spirituality
Shedding Light on Islam
The Civil War
The U.S. Constitution
Traveling the Globe
Worldwide Folktales
World of Nature
Writers & Writing

 
Special Reports on  " Biology"

      Click on a title below to access the article in this Special Report.

Special Reports

Is It a War on Drugs?

Perhaps the term "war" obscures the nature of the problem, which, after all, begins with the insatiable demand of millions of U.S. drug users. Has the battle been won, or is it possible we have been fighting the wrong kind of war?

Introduction
Nearly 30 years ago, the Nixon administration was the first administration to declare "war" on drugs. Today, tens of billions of dollars ...

America's Longest 'War'
A compassionate but restrictive drug policy that partners prevention, rehabilitation, and law enforcement will continue to show the greatest chance for success. ...

We Have No 'War on Drugs'
Although the struggle to reduce drug use is not a war, illegal drugs contribute to the deaths of more than 50,000 Americans each year. ...

The Case for Drug Legalization
We need to make drugs a controlled substance just like alcohol. ...

Fighting the Real War on Drugs
It is the responsibility of police, prosecutors, courts, and corrections to fashion an appropriate reponse to this wide array of complex social issues. ...

About Us | Contact Us | FAQ | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy

Copyright 2017 The World & I Online. All rights reserved.