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Session_24_quiz[1] - of middle- and upper-class white...

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Question 1 Cohen argues that the drug war has deep roots in American history. A) True. See the argument on pp. 76-77. B) False. C) It is hard to tell.
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Question 2 Cohen argues that race is at the root of today’s drug war. A) True. See the argument on pp. 76-77. B) False.
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Question 3 Why does Cohen discuss the fictional character Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose? A) To illustrate drug addiction among African Americans. B) To illustrate how drug addiction among middle-class white women could be hidden in plain sight. See the discussion of the, “tormented secrecy [of] the sufferings of thousands
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Unformatted text preview: of middle- and upper-class white women, who, like the fictional Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose in Harper Lees To Kill a Mockingbird (1960), were the Souths true face of drug addiction Question 4 Why did Asa Candler remove cocaine from the recipe for Coca-Cola in 1901? A) Cocaine was too expensive. B) Federal anti-drug laws finally outlawed cocaine. C) Whites were afraid about cocaine use among African Americans. See p. 73. Question 5 Southern states passed anti-drug laws before the federal government did so. A) True. See pp. 74-77. B) False....
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