Cocaine: Selected full-text books and articles

5 Grams: Crack Cocaine, Rap Music, and the War on Drugs By Dimitri A. Bogazianos New York University Press, 2012
Andean Cocaine: The Making of a Global Drug By Paul Gootenberg University of North Carolina Press, 2008
Illicit Drugs By Richard E. Isralowitz; Peter L. Myers Greenwood, 2011
Cocaine Addiction: Theory, Research, and Treatment By Jerome J. Platt Harvard University Press, 1997
The Selfish Brain: Learning from Addiction By Robert L. Dupont American Psychiatric Press, 1997
Librarian's tip: Chap. 5 "Gateway Drugs: Alcohol, Marijuana, and Cocaine"
Drugs and Drug Policy in America: A Documentary History By Steven R. Belenko Greenwood Press, 2000
Librarian's tip: Part XII "Crack Cocaine and Drug Policy from the 1980s"
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Understanding Drugs of Abuse: The Processes of Addiction, Treatment, and Recovery By Mim J. Landry American Psychiatric Press, 1994
Librarian's tip: "Cocaine, Freebase, and Crack" begins on p. 31
Prenatal Cocaine Exposure: Scientific Considerations and Policy Implications By Suzanne L. Wenzel; Barry E. Kosofsky; John A. Harvey; Martin Y. Iguchi; Paul Steinberg; Katherine E. Watkins; Rashid Shaikh Rand, 2001
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