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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, 16:49 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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