The limitations of control-of-supply models for explaining and preventing alcoholism and drug addiction.

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The primary approach to eliminating drug abuse in America for most of the 20th century has been to prohibit the use and sale of certain drugs and to shut down drug supply lines. Yet drug abuse persists at high levels and the use of outlawed substances is a common feature of American life from high school on. The failure of drug policies has not discouraged… (More)

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