Index
Aberle, D.F., 339
Abrams, S., 311-312
Adams, R., 5, 42-44, 46, 51, 126
Addiction, 231-233. See also Marihuana, effects of (addiction); Hashish, effects of (addiction)
Adverse reaction, see Mental illness and marihuana (acute panic states, depressive reaction, psychoses, toxic psychoses)
Africa, 202, 218, 308, 313, 344-345
Alarmist propaganda, 16-19, 23, 28, 236- 238, 299-32, 310, 312, 325-327, 348. See also American Medical Association; Bias and prejudice against marihuana; Federal Bureau of Narcotics; Newspapers and popular literature as antimarihuana forces; White Cross
Alcohol, 254, 264-265, 312, 323, 331; Baudelaire's use of, 71, 79, 80; compared to marihuana, 117, 127, 159-161, 164-165, 176, 204, 227, 228, 277, 307- 329 passim, 349, 351, 369, 370; habituation to, 27, 233, 234, 250-251, 347; legislation concerning, 184, 236, 345, 346, 354, 367, 368; lobby, 16; related to marihuana, 187, 282, 285, 334; and "stepping-stone hypothesis," 243, 244; in U.S., 174, 235, 333, 334, 371; used with marihuana, 128, 282. See also Classified Abstract Archive of the Alcohol Literature
Alcoholism, treatment, 223-224
Aldrich, C. K., 157
Al-kief, 62, 318
Allen, J. R., 288
Allentuck, S., 27, 51-52, 126, 147-165 passim, 224, 234, 262
American Assiciation for the Advancement of Science, 340
American Medical Association, 27, 228, 240, 301; on LaGuardia Report, 28, 304; on Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, 14, 24-25, 226-227; published statements on marihuana, 29, 138, 151, 154, 157, 164, 227-228, 252, 327-331. See also Journal of the American Medical Association
Amphetamines, 233, 245, 278, 285, 369, 370; in Japan, 345-346; literature, 4; related to marihuan, 243, 248, 282, 351
Andrade, O. M., 308
Andrews, G., 12
Animals, effects of cannabis on, 13-14, 48-50, 127, 219, 329
Anslinger, H. J., 19, 238, 240-241; on Assassins, 21-22, 291, 295, 296, 299; on La Guardia Report, 27; on Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, 11, 21-23, 236, 312, 325
Aphrodisiac, marihuana as, 58, 62, 129, 157, 312-322, 339
Arabian Nights, 85-87
Armed Forces of U.S., marihuana and, 19, 156, 174-175, 195-196, 262, 304- 306. See also Vietnam, use of marihuana in
Arrests involving marihuana, 240, 242- 243, 246, 302-303, 350-356, 362-363, 366
Aspirin, 2, 223
Assassin, 59, 311. See also Assassins
Assassini, see Assassins
Assassins, 22, 291-302
Assissini, see Assassins
Asuni, T., 308
Ausubel, D. P., 309-310, 314
Autotitration, 116, 128, 165, 171, 368
Balzac, 58. See also "Club des Haschischins"
Barbiturates, 233, 278, 285; in Japan,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The History of Marihuana in the United States 10
  • 2 - From Plant to Intoxicant 30
  • 3 - Chemistry and Pharmacology 42
  • 4 - The Acute Intoxication: Literary and Other Reports 55
  • 5 - The Acute Intoxication: Its Properties 117
  • 6 - Motivation of the User 173
  • 7 - Turning On 185
  • 8 - The Place of Cannabis in Medicine 218
  • 10 - Psychoses, Adverse Reactions, and Personality Deterioration 253
  • 11 - Crime and Sexual Excess 291
  • 12 - The Campaign Against Marihuana 323
  • 13 - The Question of Legalization 344
  • Abbreviations Selected Bibliography Notes Index 373
  • Abbreviations 375
  • Selected Bibliography 379
  • Notes 391
  • Index 433
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