From criminalizing to decriminalizing marijuana : the politics of social control
Anguelov, Nikolay author.
From criminalizing to decriminalizing marijuana : the politics of social control / by Nikolay Anguelov ; with Michael P. McCarthy.
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
ix, 165 pages ; 24 cm
- Other contributors
McCarthy, Michael H., 1942- author.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Criminalizing marijuana : the diffusion of anti-marijuana laws from the southern border to the Federal Government / Nikolay Anguelov and Michael P. McCarthy
- Counterculture and drug use : civil rights, political activism, and the proliferation of marijuana consumption
- Marijuana as the "gateway" scapegoat : Fighting counterculture and building conservative political clout
- The escalating costs of the war on drugs : markets, governments, and drug barons
- The addiction question : is marijuana addictive or not?
- Decriminalization : the beginning of new political entrepreneurship
- Policy diffusion in action : actors and factors that fuel marijuana reform / Nikolay Anguelov and Michael P. McCarthy
- Who is for what? A data analysis of expected benefits from cannabis reform
- The future : expected benefits, born costs, and unintended consequences.
"This book juxtaposes the history of anti-marijuana legislation in America with its growing use and social acceptance. It tracks the evolution of cultural and political factors that fuel the current diffusion of cannabis decriminalization"-- Provided by publisher.
- Subject headings
Marijuana--Political aspects--United States.
Marijuana--Social aspects--United States.
Marijuana--Law and legislation--United States.
Drug legalization--United States.
9781498566223 hardcover alkaline paper
1498566227 hardcover alkaline paper
9781498566230 electronic book
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