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Cannabis: A History

JUST SAY THINK AGAIN
A NEW BOOK ARGUES THE CASE FOR DAGGA
A Review of “Cannabis: A History”, by Martin Booth

REVIEWER: Andrew Donaldson
SOURCE: Sunday Times (South Africa)
DATE: 3 August 2003

Cannabis: A History by Martin Booth (Random House)

When Pope Gregory IX initiated the Holy Inquisition in 1231, one of the substances that came under scrutiny was hemp - used apparently not only by herbalists and physicians but sorcerers as well.

Challenges In Caribbean Drugs

Author(s): 
Axel Klein, Marcus Day and Anthony Harriott
Reviewer: 
Rickey Singh

Faced with the dangerous link between illicit drug consumption and the HIV/Aids pandemic, Caribbean Community governments are now challenged to also intensify efforts to deal with overcrowded prisons where significant percentages of inmates are young people and women convicted for using or running marijuana and cocaine.

Changes in public order after the opening of a medically supervised safer injecting facility for illicit injection drug users

The results of the first evaluation of the safer injection facility operating in Vancouver.

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