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Drugs and American Youth

An insightful commentary on the long-term damaging effects of alcohol and illegal drugs on our society. by Dr. William L. Pierce TEN YEARS AGO the student who used illegal drugs was likely to be looked upon by his peers as both a criminal and a person with serious personal problems — as was more often than not the case. Certainly, there were young, White drug users before 1960. But, outside a few communities, they were a rarity. Marijuana was almost as scarce on most university campuses as was heroin. It is, in fact, quite difficult for today’s average undergraduate to imagine just how drastically student attitudes toward drugs have changed in the few short years during which drug usage has . . .

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