Each year the U.S. government spends more than $30 billion on the drug war and arrests 1.5 million Americans on drug-related charges. The belief is that drug prohibition deters drug use, reduces crim and improves public health. In "Drug War Crimes: The Consequences of Prohibition," author Jeffery Miron shows that drug prohibition instead increases violence, creates new health risks for drug users, enriches criminals and diminishes civil liberties. In this book from the Independent Institute, Miron examines various alternatives to drug prohibition and identifies the most effective solutions.

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