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The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was founded in 1874 (and incorporated in 1875) as the world's first child protective agency. It is sometimes called the Gerry Society after one of its co-founders, Elbridge Thomas Gerry. It is commonly seen as having played a key role in the development of children's rights and child protective services in the English speaking world
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Drugs and Society demonstrates the counterproductive futility of the war on drugs-expanding black markets and increasing economic, public health, and social costs. Leading scholars from the relevant disciplines show how we created this disaster and offer a variety of policy alternatives. I strongly recommend this book for colleagues and policy makers in the social and behavioral sciences and public health. Jeffrey A. Miron, P.
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an inaugural lecture delivered before the Queen's University of Belfast on 7 March 1973. Published 1973 by Queen's University in Belfast. Includes bibliographical references.
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New - Part II: Drugs, Crime, and Criminal Justice is a new section dedicated to the in-depth examination of the criminal justice topics that relate to drug abuse and drug law. Updated - Coverage of drugs and drug abuse has been updated to address topics such as the opioid epidemic in the US, hotly debated issues around marijuana, and global illicit drug trafficking. Features prompting discussion or assignments. Interconnections between drugs, drug abuse, and criminal justice. An updated series of Numbers Talk features, near the beginning of each chapter, provide surprising numerical insights into patterns of drug-taking behavior.
This book continues that project by giving us a theoretical basis for understanding emerging collaborations between states and NGOs, and it argues that public engagement with these new collaborations produces a strong civil society. Finally, an insightful, smart, and valuable contribution to a political theory for our times.
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American politics and society. America is clearly more conservative, both politically and socially, in the mid-1990s than it was in the late 1960s. During most of the 1960s, two liberal Democrats, John F. Kennedy (1961-63) and Lyndon Johnson (1963-69) served as president. A series of household surveys undertaken by the National Institute on Drug Abuse at intervals from one to three years between 1971 and 1991 demonstrates that, for all age groups, drug abuse peaked around 1979 and has been declining ever since. No Direction Home: The Life and Music of Bob Dylan. 60s Guru Arrested on Tobacco Charge.