12060Why It's So Important to End the Failed War on Drugs -
- Apr 16, 2014
In his book To End the War on Drugs, former cop and current Law Enforcement Against Prohibition speaker Dean Becker gathers interviews from 115 experts who appeared as guests on his Pacifica radio Drug Truth Network program over the years. As Phillipe Lucas, a Canadian scientist and drug reformer put it, "Where else could you find candid interviews with Gary Johnson, Tommy Chong, Grover Norquist, Ethan Nadelmann, Willie Nelson, Elvy Musikka, Kurt Schmoke, Rick Steves, Mike Gray, and Alexander Shulgin?" In the words of scientists, doctors, prison wardens, authors, activists, prosecutors, clergy and many others, Becker's book eviscerates the logic of drug prohibitionist pronouncements....
-- Dean Becker - Reporter for Drug Truth Network www.DrugTruth.Net Author: To End The War On Drugs - A Guide For Politicians The Press And Public www.endthedrugwar.us Speaker - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition www.LEAP.cc Nonresident Research Associate - James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy - Rice Univ - http://bakerinstitute.org/drug-policy-program/drug-truth-archive/ Partner - Drug Policy Alliance www.drugpolicy.org Board Member - Drug Policy Forum of Texas www.DPFT.org 713-462-7981 Those who believe in drug war do not believe in public safety.