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UPA_s microfilm publication, Drugs: Special Studies, 1972_1986, collects and publishes over 100 studies on drug abuse, a persistent problem in American society. The studies focus on three themes: the various forms of societal drug use, attempts to control and treat drug addiction, and efforts by law enforcement authorities to interdict drug trafficking. Major titles include Drug Abuse in the Vietnam Veteran (1976), Cocaine: Psychosocial Research (1977), Drugs and Minorities (1977), Drug Abuse and the American Adolescent (1981), Demographic Trends and Drug Abuse, 1980_1995 (1981), Investigations of Major Drug Trafficking Organizations (1984), and Coordination of Federal Drug Interdiction Efforts (1985). Drugs: Special Studies, 1972_1986 is the most extensive collection of scholarly studies on drugs ever assembled, and it will serve as the core of any library_s holdings on drug abuse, drug trafficking, and related issues.

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