Strange Trips (2019)

Drugs take strange journeys from the black market to the doctor’s black bag.

 

https://www.amazon.com/Strange-Trips-Regulation-McGill-Queens-Associated/dp/0773556370

 

“Richert chronicles the reemergence of LSD, how Canadian prescription drugs – long a low-cost alternative for Americans – were vilified as part of the American “War on Terror,” and how the American obsession with dieting has allowed dangerous drugs to enter the marketplace. Strange Trips suggests that drug regulation is more about culture than about product safety. Recommended. All readers.” – Choice

“Thoughtfully organized and carefully researched, Strange Trips uniquely weaves typically disparate subjects of study into a singular detailed historical account of control and resistance.” – Neil Boyd, Simon Fraser University

For my European, African, and Middle Eastern readers, here is a discount: Strange Trips discount

 

UW-Madison Ebling Library. Credit: Sally Griffith-Oh
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