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"Drug War's Next Czar," A. M. Rosenthal, New York Daily News,
January 12, 2001.

"Drug War Politics," Arthur Allen,, October 12, 2000.

"A Joint Proposition," David Stevens, Amarillo Globe-News, July 13, 2000.

"Illegal Drug Use Tapers Off in U.S., But Supplies Are Plentiful," Peter Grier and James N. Thurman, Christian Science Monitor, March 24, 2000.

"Small but Forceful Coalition Works to Counter U.S. War on Drugs," Christopher S. Wren, New York Times, January 2, 2000.

"Decriminalization Isn't A New Idea," Mark Oswald, The Santa Fe New Mexican, September 5, 1999.

"Net Becomes Battleground in Drug War," Washington Times, March 29, 1999.

"Just Say ‘Wait a Minute' ‘The Fix' and ‘Drug Crazy,'" Malcolm Gladwell, New York Review of Books, December 17, 1998. National Families in Action's Response

"Drug Officials Vexed by Five States' Initiatives on Medical Marijuana," Naftali Bendavid, Chicago Tribune, October 28, 1998.

"Anti-Drug Ads Efficacy in Dispute. Critics: Money is Better Spent on Treatment," Gary Fields and Carrie Hedges, USA Today, July 10, 1998.

"Doctors Want Addicts Cured, Not Jailed," Steve Sternberg, USA Today, March 18, 1998.

"Heroin Use Claiming Lives in Bay Area," Tampa Tribune, July 5, 1997.

"It's Junkie Chic. Calvin Rankles Drug Foes, Kids Say Ho Hum," Allison Steel and Linh Trieu, The Kansas City Star, February 25, 1997.

"Boycott Groups: Klein Ads Carry Scent of ‘Heroin Chic'," Warren Richey, The Christian Science Monitor, October 25, 1996.

"No Answers to Rising Teen Drug Use; Democrats, Republicans Point Finger of Blame at Each Other," Charles Walston, The Atlanta Jounral and Constitution, September 19, 1996.

"Parents of the 60s Try to Say ‘No' to Kids of the 90s," Warren Richey, The Christian Science Monitor, August 22, 1996.

"GOP Seizes Teen Drug Use Study to Criticize Clinton's Leadership," Peter Slevin, The Houston Chronicle, August 24, 1996.

"Privacy Legislation in Congress Could Wind Up Hingering Research on Drug Use," Christopher S. Wren, The New York Times, May 19, 1996.

"Head Shops Flourish on Strand," David Wren, Sun-News Myrtle Beach, May 12, 1996.

"Teaching Kids to Just Say ‘Know.' Parents Get Advice: Warn Children About Dangers of Drugs," B. G. Gregg, The Cincinnati Enquirer, March 30, 1996.

"Europe Finds U.S. Drug War Lacking in Results; American, Dutch Approaches Seem To Be 2 Extremes," Linnet Myers, Chicago Tribune, November 2, 1995.

"A Plea for Drug Prevention Federal Official Visits Atlanta, Asks Congress to Retain Funding," Bill Rankin, The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, February 18, 1995.

"Pro-Drug Groups Behind Attack on Prevention Programs; DARE Seen as Target as Mayors' Conference Called to Combat Legalization Threat," PR Newswire, November 14, 1994.

"Drug Users: Jail Them or Treat Them? The Drug Fix," Tom McNicoll, USA Weekend, April 10, 1994.

"Going Up; Survey Shows 8th-Graders' Drug Use on Rise," The Columbus Dispatch, April 16, 1993.

"Drug Use by Younger Teen-Agers Appears to Rise, Counter to Trend," Joseph B. Treaster, The New York Times, April 14, 1993.

"Center Links Communities to Fight Substance Abuse," Indianapolis Recorder, March 14, 1992.

"Temperance: An Old Cycle Repeats Itself," Gina Kolata, The New York Times, January 1, 1991.

"Reading, Writing, and Drug-Tests: Two Chicago-Area Schools Enact Student Drug-Testing Policies," Paul Marcotte, The American Bar Association Journal, December, 1989.

"Groups Wage Antidrug Campaign," Scott Amrstrong, The Christian Science Monitor, August 14, 1989.

"Drug Study Findings Dismay Parents," The San Diego Union-Tribune, August 10, 1988.

"‘Just Say No' Called Too Simplistic; UCLA Study on Drug Use Rekindles Debate on Risk," Janny Scott, Los Angeles Times, August 10, 1988.

"Beer and Break-Dancing; Rum and Rock and Roll," Karin Davies, Washington News, May 2, 1985.

"Teenager Tells Congress About Alcoholic Parent," Jeffrey Mills, Associated Press, May 2, 1985.

"Bright and Brief," Domestic News, May 17, 1982.

"Parents Band Together to Push Back Drug Tide. Preventing Drug Abuse: What's New, What's Working. Second of A Series," Hilary DeVries, The Christian Science Monitor, May 4, 1982.

"The Law vs. Drugs: Making Legislation Work. Prevention Drug Abuse: What's New, What's Wokring; Last of A Series," Hilary DeVries, The Christian Science Monitor, May 6, 1982.

"Nancy Reagan Say Drugs Hurt Childhood Innocence," D'Vera Cohn, U.P.I. Washington News, March, 1982.

"Books of the Times. A Review of High in America: The True Story Behind NORML and the Politics of Marijuana," Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, The New York Times, February 26, 1981.

"Nationwide Drive Against ‘Head Shops' Runs Into a Federal Court Snag," Robert M. Press, The Christian Science Monitor, December 17, 1980.

"Georgia's Head Shop Laws Ruled Unconstitutional," The Associated Press, December 1, 1980.

"Parents Meet in Nation's Capital," Kevin Mckean, The Associated Press, June 29, 1979.


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