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Unformatted text preview: struggling with addiction to kick their habits. In the early 1970s, the Nixon administration expanded drug treatment programs that offered methadone to treat heroine addicts. These programs simply replaced one form of addiction with another. Treatment has two significant limitations: 1) there are not enough public treatment programs to help all those who need them, and 2) these programs do nothing to change the environment that pushed people into drugs in the first place....
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