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Corrections VIII – posted February 27th

Alison Wrbik emailed to point out two typos: On page 276, I wrote: “The cops demanded to know:  Where do you buy your marijuana? What suppliers...

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Corrections VII – posted February 17th 2015

Clare Barlett and Charles Cairns both emailed to point out a typo on page 231 – where it refers to the “patents” of Dr Hal Vorse, it should say...

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Corrections VI – posted 8th Feb 2015

There is a typo on page 268. It says: "When you ban a drug, it's very risk to transport it - so dealers will always choose the drug that packs the...

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Corrections V – posted February 8th 2015

On page 183, I state that menthol cigarettes are less addictive than tobacco cigarettes. Ben Richards got in touch to let me know this is based on...

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I was interviewed by Students For A Sensible Drug Policy…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQQPynH3rCc

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Corrections IV – posted 31st January 2015

On some computers, when you click to look at the corrections, it is only displaying the first few hundred words of each new entry, and appears to cut...

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If the war on drugs had ended, Philip Seymour Hoffman would likely still be alive

My latest article for the Huffington Post is here. To watch and listen to my recent media appearances, check out my Twitter feed - I am tweeting...

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Corrections III – posted 28th January 2015

This is to one of the articles linked to from this site. In the original version of my Huffington Post article headlined ‘Addicts’ Lives...

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The Truth About the War on Drugs – and Interview With the Truthloader Channel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCNnHyfXWTk

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I will be speaking at various places in the US and Canada

On the evening of the 29th January (blizzard permitting) I will be speaking at Politics and Prose in Washington DC; on lunchtime of the 30th I will...

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