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Themes in Chemical Prohibition: Notes [document mirrored from
emphasis, bracketed comments, some illustrations are added]
[ NIDA: Themes in Chemical Prohibition, 1979, William L. White ]


1. Schlesinger, A.M. Political and Social History of the United States 1829-1925. New York, McMillan, 1927, pp. 338-339

2. Cheng-Tsu Wu. "Chink": A Documentary History of Anti-Chinese prejudice in America. New York, World Publishing, 1972

3. Saxon, A. The Indispensable Enemy: Labor and the Anti-Chinese Movement in California, Berkely, University of California Press, 1971

4. Jacobs, P., S. Landau and E. Pell. Anti-Chinese Riots In: To Serve the Devil. New York, Vintage Books, 1971, Vol. 2 pp. 144-145

5. Terry, C. E. and Pellens, M. The Opium Problem, Montclair, New Jersey: Patterson Smith, 1928, p. 17

6. Cited in D. F. Musto, The American Disease, The Origins of Narcotics Controls, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1973, p. 43 (Hereinafter "Musto, 1973")

7. Musto, 1973, pp. 43-44

8. Schatzmann, M. Cocaine and the Drug Problem. Journal of Psychedelic Drugs, 7(1), 9, 1975 (Hereinafter "Schatzmann, 1975")

9. Schatzmann, 1975, p. 9

10. Ashley, R. Cocaine, Its History, Uses and Effects. New York: Warner Books, 1975, p. 85 (Hereinafter "Ashley, 1975")

11. Ashley, 1975, p. 89

12. Ashley, 1975 p. 220

13. Helmer, J. Drugs and Minority Oppression, New York: Seabury Press, 1975, p. 51 (Hereinafter "Helmer, 1975")

14. Sinclair, A. Era of Excess: A Social History of the Prohibition Movement. New York, Harper & Row, 1962, p. 29, (Hereinafter "Sinclair, 1962")

15. Sinclair, 1962, p. 116

16. Helmer, 1975, p. 74

17. Helmer, 1975 p. 103

18. King, R. The Drug Hang-Up America's Fifty Year Folly, New York: W. W. Norton, 1972, p. 26

19. Sinclair, 1962, p. VII

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22. Ashley, 1975 p. 14-15

23. Sinclair, 1962, p. 180

24. Ray, O.S. Drugs, Society and Human Behavior, St. Louis: C. V. Mosby, 1972, p. 100 (Hereinafter referred to as "Ray, 1972")

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28. Fort, J. Pot: A Rational Approach. Playboy, October, 1969, p. 3

29. Rublowksy, J. The Stoned Age - A History of Drugs in America. New York: G. P. Putnam, 1974, p. 107

30. Marijuana Menaces Youth. Scientific American. 154, 151, 1936.

31. Wagner, S. Cigarette Country. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1971, p. 41. (Hereinafter, "Wagner, 1971")

32. Sinclair, 1962 p. 10

33. McCarthy, R. G., Drinking and Intoxication. New Haven: College and University Press, 1959, p. 395

34. Ray, 1972, p. 17

35. Wagner, 1971, p. 25-26

36. Towns, C. The Injury of Tobacco. Century, March, 1912

37. Hubbard, T.H. The Temperance Program. Galesburg, Ill.: Wagoner Printing Company, 1915, p. 48.

38. Olden, M. Coke. New York: Lancer Books, 1973, p. 66.

39. Fisher, G., A. Steckler, and I. Stranty. The Legalization of Marijuana: Views of Several American Populations of Users and Non-users. Journal of Psychedelic Drugs, 6(3), 341, 1974.

40. Taylor, N. Narcotics:' Nature's Dangerous Gifts. New York: Dell Publishing, 1949, pp. 185-186.

41. Wagner, 1971, p.,30.

42. Kane, H.H. Opium Smoking in America and China. New York: G.P. Putnam's, 1881, p. 8.

43. Sinclair, 1962, p. 59.

44. Strickland, C. Hard to Believe: One Hundred and Ninety Two Pages of Inside Information on America's White Slavery Conditions with Many Hard-to-Believe Human Interest Facts about Innocent Girls and Young Women Who Are Annually Caught in the Net. Charlotte, North Carolina: Elizabeth Publishing Company, 1939, p. 166.

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