2 edition of Red China"s dirty drug war found in the catalog.
Red China"s dirty drug war
Richard Lawrence Grace Deverall
Written in English
Previous editions published under title: Mao Tze-tung: stop this dirty opium business!
|Statement||With introductions by Masamutsu Nagahama and Matthew Woll.|
|LC Classifications||HV5816 .D48 1955|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 220 p.|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||55014682|
Baum included the incident in his book, Smoke and Mirrors: The War on Drugs and the Politics of Failure, but it has never received the national attention it deserves. Until now, that is. Baum, who is now a freelance journalist living in Boulder, had a big article on drug legalization in the April issue of Harper’s. China Is Waging Its Own 'War on Drugs'. And It’s a Total Disaster. China is now a drug-war evangelist who chastises those at home and abroad who critique the failed policies of the past.
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Red China's dirty drug war: the story of the opium, heroin, morphine and philopon traffic. China literally holds the health of much of the world in its business-driven hands. This is scarier than a Stephen King novel.” —Michael T. Osterholm, Regents Professor, University of Minnesota, and author of Deadliest Enemy: Our War against Killer Germs/5(96).
Author(s): Deverall,Richard Lawrence-Grace,; Deverall,Richard Lawrence-Grace,Mao Tze-tung: Stop this dirty opium business. Title(s): Red China's dirty drug war; the story of the opium, heroin, morphine and philopon traffic. At least as To and his collaborators tell the story in this terrifically atmospheric thriller, China’s drug war has yielded much the same lessons as America’s: If the drug trade is evil, the Author: Andrew O'hehir.
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Larry M. Wortzel is an eight-term commissioner of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission — a man who spent 32 years in our military, retiring as an Army colonel in For sheer government absurdity, the War on Drugs is hard to beat.
After three decades of increasingly punitive policies, illicit drugs are more easily available, drug potencies are greater, drug killings are more common, and drug barons are richer than s: a people ’s war: china ’s struggle to contain its illicit drug problem An Ever-Expanding Addict Population Like its red hot economy, China also witnesses the.
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Packed with remarkable revelations and thrilling anecdotes, it tells for the first time the story of the high-level traffickers who drugged Britain, and the secretive organisation that tried to stop them: the Investigation Division of HM Customs and s: Police forces watch as drugs burn in huge iron pots during a ceremony in Ningming county of Chongzuo, southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region on Ma A total of 1, kilograms of drugs, seized in China-Vietnam joint anti-drug campaigns in border areas sincewere destroyed in the ceremony, state media reported.
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Tax enforcers have started auditing medical marijuana dispensaries in Washington, escalating a dispute over whether the outlets should be collecting money for state. While Beijing and apologists for the Communist Party of China (CCP) seek to place the responsibility for these deaths on the demand from an immoral and decadent American population, the fact remains Americans are being killed by a lethal drug that is being manufactured in, and transported from, the PRC.
As in the West, China’s war on drugs is a war on the poor. High-profile arrests — like that of Jackie Chan’s son Jaycee Chan for drug offences in — obscure the fact that from to the proportion of drug users listed as underemployed or unemployed rose .Anslinger was the commissioner of the Treasury Department's Bureau of Narcotics from its inception in until his retirement in He also authored several books in which he presented the story of police efforts to curb the import and use of dangerous drugs.