From Witches to Crack Moms: Women, Drug Law, and Policy
Carolina Academic Press, 2004 - 367 頁
"This book provides a critical feminist analysis of the impact drug law and policy have on women in the U.S. compared with women in Britain and Canada. In order to illuminate the connections between the regulation of illegal drug use in Western liberal states and non-Western states, the drug war's impact on women and indigenous peoples in Colombia is also addressed."--BOOK JACKET.
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