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Incredibly, no book or document until now has set forth a detailed, step-by-step plan for solving the drug problem in the U.S. This is a controversial, break-through book. It offers not only a startling analysis of current drug policy but an actual blueprint for bringing the crisis to an end.
©1996 Vincent T. Bugliosi (P)2009 Phoenix

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Deeply Disappointing

I would have never dreamed I could be this disappointed by a Vincent Bugliosi offering. The idea that more interdiction is the answer flies in the face of all objective fact. As long as there is a demand there will always be a supply. Utterly disappointing.

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  • Michael
  • hickory, NC, USA
  • 04-13-10

I do not understand this!

I am a huge fan of bugliosi. His common sense in all the books I've read is faultless but in this book he dosent seem to understand unless you get rid of demmand there will always be someone willing to take the risk to supply. My conclusion on this book is that during his research vince must have began taking a large quantity of these substances. 1 star for this 1 and 5 for all the rest of his works.

3 of 6 people found this review helpful