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THE DRUG EXPERIENCE. First Person Accounts of Addicts, Writers, Scientists, and Others.

By: Ebin, David, edited and with an introduction and notes by

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Orion Press: (1961)

Edition: first editio, as stated.

Seller ID: 000017018

Condition: near Very Good


Octavo, xi [1] 385 pages Two-inch tear on one leaf. Light tape stains on front and rear endpapers. Gift inscription on half-title page. Dust jacket spine a bit sunned, price clipped, light wear at edges. 020117A View more info

POP ART FOR POT HEADS. Marijuana Reading Matter, An Anthology of Reprints From the Popular Press

By: Edited, Culled, Collaged by Stone Mountain.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Tucson, Arizona, Apocrypha Press: c. 1970

Edition: First

Seller ID: 000018153

Condition: Very good


Quarto (approx. 8 3/8" wide by 10 7/8" tall ). Unpaginated. Black and white illustrations. Bottom outer corner bumped; covers lightly rubbed, spine faded. Covers are orange with titles and pictorial design of weed in green; subtitles in white. 122615A View more info

NARCOTICS AND THE LAW. A Critique of the American Experiment

By: Eldridge, William Butler

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, (1973): 1973

Seller ID: 11747

ISBN: 0226203158

Condition: Fine


Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, (1973), 1973. Hardcover. 4th printing of the second edition. Pages x + 243,octavo, hardcover, 4th printing of the second edition. Grey cloth covers with gilt titles. Book is in Fine condition. 120506A No jacket. ISBN: 0-226-20315-8 View more info

BURNT. A Teenage Addict's Road to Recovery

By: Fraser, Craig, and Deidre Sullivan

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, New American Library: (1989)

Edition: First

Seller ID: 000013911

ISBN: 0453006965

Condition: Fine


New York: New American Library, (1989). Stated First printing. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Octavo, xx [2] 250 pages. Includes glossary and list of "Where To Get Help and Information." 103010A View more info

EXECUTIVE HEALTH. The Report That Briefs You on What to Watch. Volume XIV, Number 1, October, 1977.

By: Jones, Hardin B. and David H. Powelson

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Ranch Santa Fe, California, Executive Publications: 1977

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000016009

Condition: Very Good


Eight page newsletter consisting of the article by Hardin P. Jones, Ph. D.: "On the Problems Executives Must Anticipate With the Growth of Marijuana Smoking." Also, a two-page review of the book: Sensual Drugs: Deprivation and Rehabilitation of the Mind, by Hardin and Helen Jones. The book is reviewed by David H. Powelson. Fourteen member editorial board includes Sir Hans Krebs, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, and Linus Pauling, as well as Hardin P Jones. Introduces the idea of drug-testing in the work place. Newsletter has been folded twice cross-wise for mailing, but also has some additional c... View more info

THE FRUIT PALACE

By: Nicholl, Charles

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, St. Martin's Press: 1985

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 11844

ISBN: 0312309260

Condition: Very good


307 pages, octavo, hardcover, first edition. Book is in Very Good condition; dust jacket spine slightly sunned, else Very Good. 020207A A True Story. an Odyssey Through Colombia's Cocaine Underworld. View more info

IN SEARCH OF THE MAGIC MUSHROOM. A Journey Through Mexico.

By: Sandford, Jeremy.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, Peter Owen: (c. 1972)

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000015454

ISBN: 0720604214

Condition: Very Good


Octavo, 143 [1] pages. Includes black and white photo reproductions, and selected bibliography. Dust jacket rubbed, some light soil, price clipped. 061508D View more info

SALLY TRENCH'S BOOK.

By: Trench, Sally.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Stein and Day.: (c. 1968)

Edition: first American edition

Seller ID: 000016777

Condition: near Fine


Octavo, maroon cloth spine over gray paper-coverd boards. 191 pages. Dust jacket light wear at edges. 092715B "At 18, Sally decided to become an unusual kind of social worker. Like Orwell, she is no do-gooder. She spent four years among beats, vagrants, alcoholics, and drug addicts. She shared the life of the "meths" drinkers, the bums who sleep in deserted shacks or in the railroad stations where the police move them every two hours, the discards from life who have no ambitions, no hope, no will, no apparent need except for the next round of methylated spirits on the road to certa... View more info