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Drug demand reduction policy and practice in the United States: a preliminary review

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posted on 08.06.2006 by W.C. Andresen, Graham Farrell
Mexico, like many other countries, believes that the United States does little to curb domestic demand for illicit drugs, while placing the burden on non-US 'producer' countries to halt the production and traficking of illicit drugs.

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  • Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies

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ANDRESEN and FARRELL, 2002. Drug demand reduction policy and practice in the United States: a preliminary review. IN: Bailey and Chabat (eds) Transnational Crime and Public Security: Challenges for Mexico and the United States, San Diego, CA: Center for U.S. - Mexican Studies, University of California

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© Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California

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2002

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