How America Lost the War on Drugs
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June 10, 201776 min read, 15137 words

How America Lost the War on DrugsHow America Lost the War on Drugs

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Published: June 10, 2017  |  76 min read, 15137 words
n the day of his death, December 2nd, 1993, the Colombian billionaire drug kingpin Pablo Escobar was on the run and living in a small, tiled-roof house in a middle-class neighborhood of Medellín, close to the soccer stadium. He died, theatrically, ridiculously, gunned down by a C...
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June 30, 2017
A very long and in-depth look at the war on drugs. I think it's great that the Rolling Stones are calling the war on drugs what it is, an empirical failure. There are more drug users and sellers in America now than when the war on drugs began. The same empirical failure can be claimed for America's war on terror. It'd be nice to see other media outlets speak openly about this failed, prohibitionist, and punitive policy towards drug offenders.
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Great article!
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