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18. READINGS ON LEGAL MATTERS
|The following books, magazines, briefs and writings are in the library of the U.S.A. Hemp Museum. No claim is being made that these writings are the best works on the subject, but all will pique your interest and most offer references to continue your searches, until I get the rest up here.|
|OUR RIGHT TO DRUGS: The Case For A Free
Market. By Thomas Szasz. 1992. Praeger
Publishers, New York, NY 10010. ISBN:
0-275-94216-3. CONTENTS: 200 pages.
1. Drugs as Property: The Right We Rejected.
2. The American Ambivalence: Liberty vs. Utopia
3. The Fear We Favor: Drugs as Scapegoats
4. Drug Education: Cult of Drug Disinformation
5. The Debate on Drugs: The Lie of Legalization
6. Blacks and Drugs: Crack as Genocide
7. Doctors and Drugs: The Perils of Prohibition
8. Between Dread and Desire: Burden of Choice
"You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments, rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human law; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe." -John Adams
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES: CONSTITUTION OF
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1879 and Related Documents. By
the CA State Senate. 1969. CONTENTS: 309 pages.
|THE FEDERALIST: A Commentary on the
Constitution of the United States. Written by:
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay. 1787
& 1788. Tudor Publishing Co., NY. 1937.
"The formation and adoption of written constitutions may well be considered the greatest contribution of the American people to the art of government under the conditions of civil liberty." -From the introduction by Edward Gaylord Bourne
|MARIHUANA: Myths and Realities. Edited
by J. L. Simmons, Ph.D. 1967. Brandon House, North
Hollywood, CA. 239 pages.