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[Contains explicit content] The “war on crack” is over, but the legacy of that battle is alive today – especially in police departments around the country. In this episode, we look at how changes in police practices and attitudes reaching back at least three decades are still shaping the way cops behave, especially towards black Americans. And we explore police behavior as an extension of a larger understanding of blacks as inherently criminal - and the future of that understanding under President Donald Trump.

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  • 08-11-18

B.L.M. Propaganda - 1 star as I couldn't give a 0.

B.L.M. Propaganda - no wonder it's free - don't waste your time - only gave 1 star as i couldn't give it a zero.

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  • 08-09-18

Racist Rubbish

This isn't about drugs, this is racist, anti-police propaganda littered with accusations of murder and executions. This should not be on Audible and could quite probably be considered as inflammatory and slanderous. Vile, hate speech disguised as a documentary.

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  • 07-31-18

Thought Provoking and Informative

This series gives a real insight into the different layers of 'The War on Drugs.' Those interviewed cover law makers, enforcers, dealers and those serving time for drug offences. It provides a clear explanation of the laws and the impact they have on communities.