Would Harassing Drug Users Work?
AbstractWhen harassed users adopt new ways of transaction, supply changes in predictable ways. This linkage between demand and supply can explain a number of puzzling consequences of the decriminalization of marijuana and the war on heroin and cocaine. Copyright 1993 by University of Chicago Press.
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