Saturday, December 26, 2009

Google Books Sources and Rsources

Now that any old Tom, Dick or Harry can have access, albeit limited access, to the texts themselves, the art of quoting reliable sources has become a shared community process where good information can be presented together, for distinguished guests to distinguish between and ultimately come to their own conclusions when presented with the most up to date, unbiased data.

The following are just a few examples of published material concerning the arena of Electronic Drugs, and the thin line between drugs and computers these days, and the alarming rise of drug-prohibisionist rhetoric in the sphere of cyber-psychology and Electronic crimes. I propose a deeper look into these two media that are transforming human beings and human society in ways we can hardly describe in words, evolving the human species into something else, a new electronic man enters the 2010's and leaves the naughties behind.

The drug legalization debate
By James A. Inciardi

Harm Reduction: Pragmatic Strategies for Managing High-Risk Behaviors
By G. Alan Marlatt

Drugs and democracy in Latin America: the impact of U.S. policy
By Coletta Youngers, Eileen Rosin

Rethinking our war on drugs: candid talk about controversial issues
By Gary L. Fisher

The control of drugs and drug users: reason or reaction?
By Ross Coomber

The war on drugs: an international encyclopedia
By Ron Chepesiuk

Drug war heresies: learning from other vices, times, and places
By Robert J. MacCoun, Peter Reuter

The Politics of Ecstasy
By Timothy Leary

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