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Drugs on Campus
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Author(s) :
Richard Goldstein
Pages :
234
Pub Date :
1966
Edition(s) at Erowid :
1966(hb)
Publisher :
Walker and Company
ISBN :
0966001931
BACK COVER #
  • THE USER:
    your child or theirs? your friend or you?
  • THE STUDENT POT PARTY:
    what it's really like.
  • THE SCHOOL:
    big or small, East or West -- which ones?
  • COLLEGE ADMINISTRATORS:
    what they don't know and won't know.
  • THE PROBLEM:
    a nationwide tragedy or bungling myopic law-making? Today thousands of students get away with it but there are some unlucky ones who will spend a few semesters in jail. Your roommate, perhaps, or, if you are a parent, your child. Everyone is a victim, the haunted student, the fearful parent, the perplexed administrator, the overworked police -- victims of an unwillingness to face facts. This book sets out these facts with daring frankness.
BLURBS #
"In the heart of every parent lies the hidden fear that this terrible tragedy could come to one of his own children -- as indeed it could."
-- Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller

"Dean David B. Truman (of Columbia said . . . that he 'would not be totally astonished' if the number of students who had experimented with some drug or another was as high as one third of the school."
-- The New York Journal - American

"The chief psychiatrist at the Berkeley campus of the University of California says that up to 20 percent of the students there may be smoking marijuana."
-- The New York Times

"A lot of us have been sweeping the problem under the rug, and the rug is getting pretty lumpy.."
-- A university President quoted in The New York Times