Neill Franklin on 40 Years of Drug War Failure


On June 15, 1971 President Richard Nixon launched the modern-day drug war, an effort perpetuated by every one of his successors. As the reform group Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) documents in a new comprehensive study, the drug war has destroyed lives and property, shredded the constitution, and distorted American education, health care, and even foreign policy. Here Neill Franklin LEAP's Executive Director explains why the current war on drugs is not effective.


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