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National Drug Control Strategy
George W. Bush (fr)
From community coalitions to international partnerships, the U.S. pursued a drug control strategy that emphasized stopping initiation, reducing drug abuse and addiction, and disrupting drug markets. Together it has reduced teenage drug use by 25% since 2001. The Access to Recovery program has extended treatment services to more than 260,000 Americans. Through law enforcement cooperation and international partnerships, the U.S. has caused serious disruptions in the availability of drugs such as cocaine and methamphetamine, while also denying profits to drug traffickers and terrorists. Contents: (1) Intro.; (2) Stopping Initiation; (3) Reducing Drug Abuse and Addiction; and (4) Disrupting the Market for Illegal Drugs. Illustrations.
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