Drugs in society.
"Campaigns to prohibit drugs and alcohol in the United States emerged as part of a much broader moral reform movement" (Woodiwiss, 1998: 253). Concerted efforts to legalize drugs and alcohol have little power against these moral reform movements. Anti-drug movements were set in motion as far back as the early nineteenth century, dealing more with socio-economic power struggles and maintaining the status quo with minorities at the bottom rung of the economic ladder than the highly touted moral agendas being paraded. The early twentieth century saw Chinese-owned opiate dens spring up all…
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