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(renamed "Drug War Chronicle" effective issue #300, August 2003)

Issue #55, 8/21/98

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Prison, Probation and Parole Populations Growing Rapidly
  2. American Psychological Association Calls for Repeal of Mandatory Minimums
  3. Conference: Beyond the Prison Industrial Complex, Berkeley, CA 25-Sep - 27-Sep
  4. Giuliani Carries out Methadone Threat
  5. Methadone Conferences Coming Up -- In New York!
  6. Report: Marijuana Prohibition Has Not Curtailed Marijuana Use by Adolescents
  7. West Australia Decriminalizes Marijuana On Trial Basis
  8. Peter McWilliams Released on Bond
  9. War on Drugs Blamed for Lapse in Ethical Standards of Federal Prosecutors
  10. Driving While Black: Legislative Alert from the American Civil Liberties Union
  11. Editorial: One in Thirty-Five

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