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Very informative book ; covers the history and the inevitable corruption of officials /governments in the war against the cocaine trade. The way common sense is ignored ie prohibition . Also mentions the positive uses of the drug : south american coca drink - 3 different Popes have used this coca tea !
a really good insight into the war on drugs and how it has failed us
The author -clearly against the drug war -and I assume most readers like myself are against the drug war- takes it a step further and goes to great lengths to detail that Coke is not bad, rarely addictive and actually can be beneficial. While the first part of the book is informative and well researched, The last couple hours seem more like a paid advertisement for the positives of cocaine use. Through numerous examples and statistics The author summarizes how cocaine is rarely addictive and one can casually use when in need of a good time. It seems like someone is trying to justify their own cocaine use.
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