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Alters, S. M. (2009). Antidrug Efforts and Their Critiisms. Detroit:Gale. Retrieved from Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center . Sandra M. Alters is a published author that writes young adult books. In this article there is a section that has both arguments, for and against legalization, this book also talks about medical marijuana as well. In this book it says that alcohol and tobacco cause more deaths every year than other illegal drugs. This book will help me immensely in my research because it has public opinion polls, facts for and against legalization of marijuana as well as budget spending for the war on drugs. I thought that the author did a lot of research and found it to be very interesting. Hanson, D. J. (2008). The Theory That Some Drugs Have a Gateway Effect Is Debatable. Opposing Viewpoints: Gateway Drugs . Retrieved from Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center . In this book the author D. J. Hanson interviews Dr. Andrew L. Golub who is a principal investigator at the National Development and Research Institute in New York City. This book will provide me with different theories for and against the notion that marijuana is a gateway drug. They talk about the stepping stone theory and the gateway theory which are similar in expecting people to continue with drug use. I enjoyed reading this because I had never heard
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This note was uploaded on 08/05/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Christianfaught during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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