Pharmacological Lies and the Addiction BureaucracyBook - 2006 | 1st ed.
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The author was a psychiatrist working in one of the hospitals and prisons of a major British city. His thesis is that our common understanding of drug addiction is based on the notions of romantic authors such as De Quincy and Coleridge, and have little to do with reality. He questions the need for the the vast network of professionals who try to help addicts quit their habit. He has some interesting conclusions as to why the sale of drugs should not be made legal.
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