America's War on Drugs
America's War on Drugs is American Crime TV series. Produced by Talos Films. Stars: Ty Hurley, Christopher Glover, Alberto Maneiro. It first aired on Jun 18, 2017, on History. The series has 8.6 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of America's War on Drugs Are There: 1 (4 episodes)
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Season premieres on June 18, 2017
History, 4 episodes
America's War on Drugs is on History (United States) Mondays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 4 (Heroin, Terrorists & Kings of Pain) - Air Date: Jun 21, 2017 (about a year ago)
Midterm Election's Marijuana Results Will End America's War on Drugs - Big Think - via Bigthink
We can expect more states to change their law-enforcement priorities by legalizing marijuana, and as revenue from the burgeoning industry is spent on lobbying efforts in Washington, federal lawmakers will become increasingly lax about enforcing its own statutes.
What America's War on Drugs Looked Like in 1969 - TIME - via Time
New Docuseries Aims to Fact-Check 'America's War on Drugs' - NBCNews.com - via Nbcnews
Ending America's War on Drugs Would Finally Unleash the Therapeutic Potential of Psychedelics - TIME - via Time
History examines the hazy history of 'America's War on Drugs' with exhaustive but engaging detail - Los Angeles Times - via Latimes
Timeline: America's War on Drugs - NPR - via Npr
In March, Pablo Escobar is elected to the Colombian congress; he gained support by building low-income housing, doling out money in Medellin slums and campaigning with Catholic priests. He's driven out of Congress the following year by Colombia's minister of justice.
America's War on Drugs in Mexico Is Depressingly Similar to the Global War on Terror - Mother Jones - via Motherjones
History of America's War on Drugs: Failing then, failing now - Communities Digital News - via Commdiginews
Mexicans Pay in Blood for America's War on Drugs - Phoenix New Times - via Phoenixnewtimes
How Jazz and Racism Led to America's War on Drugs - A Journal of Musical Things - via Ajournalofmusicalthings
Yet it’s disingenuous to label Nixon the mastermind of the anti-drug movement, just as it would be ignorant to consider the drug war a modern-day phenomenon. The dubious distinction of America’s first drug czar belongs to a man few know anything about: a career government official named Harry Anslinger, who had taken over the Bureau of Prohibition just as the ill-fated ban on booze was ending. To get a more precise understanding of the machinations of Anslinger’s anti-drug blitzkrieg, one must only become acquainted with his bizarre statements on the correlation between drugs and minorities.
'America's War on Drugs': Inside Engrossing New Series - RollingStone.com - via Rollingstone