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War on Drugs

This paper explores the effectiveness of the United States government's War on Drugs. Examines efforts of the government's policy and concludes that the anti-drug policy in the U.S. is not cost-effective, and that the ways in wich the War on Drugs is conducted is damaging to the foreign relations of the U.S. and the social outcomes are damaging to American society.
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the american war on drugs effective Introduction The purpose of this paper is to explore the effectiveness of the so-called War on Drugs pursued by the United States government over the past odd years The research performed for this paper involves an assessmentof relevant published literature The thesis of this paper is that the American War on Drugs isineffective economically politically and socially The implications ofthis thesis statement are that a the anti-drug policy in the UnitedStates are not cost-effective b the

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