The Four Pillars Approach to Drug Use Prevention

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The Four Pillars Approach to Drug Use Prevention
Over the course of the 20th and 21st century, the process of dealing with the problem of illegal drug use has been affected by pressures from interest groups, the market place and the bipartisan political and social public.  Outspoken progressives argue that prohibitionist policies are expensive, ineffective and harmful while many of their counterpart conservatives back the War on Drugs, which dates back to the Nixon administration.  However, there is some progress that the general public is moving towards a unified stance on the issue of illegal drug use.  In the United States, there are an increasing number of elected Republicans that are shifting their stance to wanting reform of the...
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