Licit & Illicit Drugs, by Edward M. Brecher and Consumers Reports at page 230 showing upturns in cigarette use following the times of the 1906, 1914 and 1937 U.S. 'drug control laws'
Is CATO willing to demonstrate its independence by addressing certain issues, such as the Tobacco Mercantilistic nature of the drug war?
Drug War - Tobacco - Pharma Mercantilism
1906 Tobacco - Pharma Mercantilism Act
Pre-1906 Coca Products as Vin Mariani
Drug War Criminal Mercantilism Public Health Subversion
Drug War Infinitely Worse Than Acknowledged
USDA Feared Coca as a Tobacco Habit Cure
Tobacco-Alcohol Sweat-heart Exemption From Labeling the Ingredients
Does CATO support the sweat-heart exemption of Tobacco products and alcoholic beverages from retail product labeling laws?
Shall CATO continue to effectively sanctify the drug war by continually neglecting the issue of anti Coca, pro Tobacco Mercantilism, as does the Drug Policy Alliance?
Let's not forget that opposition to the drug war should NOT be limited to Marijuana, and must include the drug that was used as the hysteria-excuse during the 1980s -- cocaine -- which the drug warriors made into a drug problem (imagine snorting or smoking NoDoz instead of drinking Coffee or Tea), and which the failure to address by groups as CATO and the Drug Policy Foundation/Drug Policy Alliance, conveys the false message that cocaine must remain illegal.
Freedom of Medicine and Diet
DPF COCA '95 Panel October 1995, moderated by Douglas Willinger