The Marijuana Question
And Science's Search for an Answer
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Dodd, Mead and Co.
FROM THE EROWID REVIEW #
- Review by Erowid, 2004 Aug 29
The Marijuana Question purports to be a summary of what "scientists" have found about the health risks of marijuana. Unfortunately their biases get in the way of scientific neutrality. The book is well-written and well-documented, but presents a very one-sided argument in which the conclusions are foregone. Research which supports their conclusion is lauded and made to look definitive while . . . (more)
BLURBS #"This comprehensive and very readable book pulls together admirably the accumulated scientific evidence poiting to the ehalth effects of marijuana use."
-- Donald Ian Macdonald, M.D., Administrator, U.S. Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration
"The Marijuana Question is the most comprehensive and best documented book I have ever seen on the subject and does print all of the meaningful studies done on this critical problem in our society today. I would recommend it strongly to anyone who wishes to know more about marijuana and its physicological and psychological effects."
-- Donald L. Cooper, M.D.
"The public needs to know what the facts are in a language that can be understood. The Marijuana Question gives exactly this."
-- Coy W. Waller, PhD., Professor of Pharmaceutics, U of Mississippi