How The ‘War on Drugs’ Has Made Dealers More Efficient

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For years, the war on drugs has been called a failure. The most recent White House drug czar, Michael Botticelli, decried the “old war on drugs” as a set of “failed policies and failed practices.” To some drug policy experts, this was all too predictable. Sanho Tree of the Institute for Policy Studies argues that the rules of evolution could have helped predict the drug war’s failures,  and how the drug war can in fact make our drug epidemics . . .

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