|Make||The Beginning of Today|
|Model||The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937|
|Marihuana prohibition began with the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937. This book analyzes the role of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, the media, and racial animus in the creation of marihuana prohibition. The legislative history of the Tax Act reveals that hysteria and misinformation about marihuana was rampant in 1937. In contrast to 1937, the role of the Drug Enforcement Administration, the media, and the courts in America's current marihuana policy is analyzed. The powerful conclusion is that marihuana prohibition is unjust, and it is up to the people to change the law. If you already know marihuana prohibition is unjust, then take this book and share it with others who believe otherwise. If you believe marihuana prohibition is justifiable in a free society, please read this book with an open mind. Together we can formulate a marihuana policy that respects individual liberty and the rule of law.|
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