This selected bibliography lists many of the published books and articles to which we referred in researching and writing this book. Of equal importance, however, were the letters, papers, and un-published memorandums in the files of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs in Washington, D.C., and the microfilm newspaper files in many of the nation's libraries. In many instances, the identifying information for specific memorandums and letters, as well as newspaper clippings, was incomplete. In such cases, we simply recorded the available data, which are included in the pre-ceding compilation of reference material. We have not listed these sources here.
Recent Books of Interest
Bloomquist, E. Marijuana: The Second Trip. Beverly Hills: Glencoe Press, 1971.
Brecher, E. Licit and Illicit Drugs. Boston: Little, Brown, 1972. Duster, T. The Legislation of Morality: Law, Drugs and Moral Judgment. New York: The Free Press, 1970.
Goode, E., ed. Marihuana. New York: Atherton Press, 1969. Grinspoon, L. Marzjuana Reconsidered. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1971.
Kaplan, J. Marzjuana: The New Prohibition. New York: World Pub. Co., 1970.
King, R. The Drug Hang-Up: America's Fzfty-Year Folly. New York: Norton, 1972.
Musto, D. The American Disease: Origins of Narcotic Control. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1973.
Nahas, G. Marihuana: Deceptive Weed. New York: Raven Press, 1973.
Schofield, M. The Strange Case of Pot. Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1971.
Snyder, S. Uses of Marzjuana. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1971. Zinberg, N., and Robertson, J. Drugs and the Public. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1972.
Selected Books and Articles on Marihuana
Allentuck, S., and Bowman, K. M. "The Psychiatric Aspects of Marihuana Intoxication." American Journal of Psychiatry, 99 (1942), 249.
Anslinger, H. J. "Marihuana Research." Convention Book of the Association of Medical Students.
—. "The Reason for Uniform State Narcotic Legislation." George-town Law Journal, 21 (1932), 52.
, and Cooper. "Marihuana: Assassin of Youth." American Maga-zine, July 1937, p. 18.
Benson, V. "Marihuana 'Study' Critique." Journal of the American Medical Association, 217 (1971), 1931.
Bouquet. "Cannabis." U.N. Bulletin on Narcotics, 3 (Jan. 1951), 22, 32-33.
. "Marihuana Intoxication." Journal of the American Medical
Association, 124 (1944), 1010-11.
Bragman. "The Weed of Insanity." Medical Journal and Record, 122 (1925), 416-18.
Bromberg, W. "Marihuana: A Psychiatric Study." Reprint from the
Journal of the American Medical Association (July 1, 1939), 1. —, and Rogers, T. C. "Marihuana and Aggressive Crime." American
Journal of Psychiatry, 102 (1946), 825-27.
—. "Marihuana Intoxication: A Clinical Study of Ca.nnabis Sativa
Intoxication." American Journal of Psychiatry, 91 (1934), 303. Campbell, et al. "Cerebral Atrophy in Young Cannabis Smokers."
Lancet, 4 Dec. 1971.
Charen, S., and Perelman, L. "Personality Studies of Marihuana
Addicts." American Journal of Psychiatry, 102 (1946), 674-82. Chopra, R., and Chopra, G. "Cannabis Sativa in Relation to Mental
Diseases and Crime in India." Indian Journal of Medical Re-
search, 30 (1942), 155-71.
—. "The Present Position of Hemp-Drug Addiction in India." Indian Medical Research Memoirs, 31 (1939), 1-119.
. "Use of Hemp Drugs in India." Indian Medical Gazette, 75 (1940), 356-67.
Dewey, L. "Hemp." U.S. Department of Agriculture Yearbook, 1913. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1913.
Dhunjibhoy, J. "A Brief Resume of the Types of Insanity Com-monly Met Within India with a Full Description of 'Indian Hemp Insanity' Peculiar to the Country." Journal of Medical Sciences, 76 (1930), 254-61.
Fossier, A. "The Marihuana Menace." New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, 84 (1931), 247-52.
Fraser, J. "Withdrawal Symptoms in Cannabis Indica Addicts." Lancet, 2 (1949), 747-48.
Freedman, H., and Rockmore, M. "Marihuana: A Factor in Person-ality Evaluation and Army Maladjustment." Journal of Clinical Psychopathology, 7 (1946), 365-82 (Part 1), and 8 (1946), 221- 36 (Part 2).
Gomila, F., and Lambow, M. "Present Status of the Marihuana Vice in the United States." In Marihuana: America's New Drug Problem, ed. R. Walton. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1938.
Halikas; Goodwin; and Guze. "Marihuana Use and Psychiatric Ill-riess." Archives of General Psychiatry, 27 (1972), 162.
Hayes and Bowery. "Marihuana." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 23 (1932), 1086-94.
Ireland, T. "Insanity from the Abuse of Indian Hemp." Alienist and Neurologist, 14 (1893), 622-30.
Isbell; H., et al. "Effects of Tetrahydrocannabinol in Man." Psycho-pharmacologia, 1967.
Kolb. "An Authoritative Treatise on Marihuana." The Recorder, 12 Sept. 1938, and Federal Probation, July 1938.
Kwager, N. "Marihuana: Our New Addiction." American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 195 (1938), 354.
Mandel, J. "Hashish, Assassins, and the Love of God." Issues in Criminology, 2 (1966), 153.
—. "Who Says Marihuana Use Leads to Heroin Addiction?" Journal of Secondary Education, 43 (1968), 211-17.
Marcovitz and Meyers. "The Marihuana Addict in the Army." War Medicine, 6 (1944), 382-91.
"Marihuana Problems." Journal of the American Medical Associ-ation, 127 (1945), 1129.
"Marihuana and Society." Journal of the American Medical Associ-ation, 204 (1968), 91-92.
Mechoulam, R., et al. "A Total Synthesis of a 1-D Tetrahydrocan-nabinol, the Active Constituent of Hashish." Journal of American Chemical Society, 1965.
Merrill, F. T. Marihuana: The New Dangerous Drug. Washington, D.C.: Opium Research Committee, Foreign Policy Association, Inc., March 1938.
Musto, D. "The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937." Archivés of General Psychiatry, 26 (1972), 101-8.
National Women's Christian Temperance Union. Marihuana. Evans-ton, Ill.: National Women's Christian Temperance Union Pub. House, 1928.
Pholen, J. M. "The Marihuana Bugaboo." Military Surgeon, 93 (1943), 94-95.
Robinson, V. "An Essay on Hasheesh: Historical and Experimen-
tal." Medical Review of Reviews, 18 (1912), 159-60, 300-312.
Rosevear, J. Pot: A Handbook of Marihuana. New Hyde Park,
N.Y.: University Books, 1967.
Schicks, G. C. "Marihuana: Depraver of Youth." Druggists Circular, 1938, p. 6.
Seevers. "Marihuana in Perspective." Michigan Quarterly Review, 5 (1966), 247-51.
Siler, J. S., et al. "Marihuana Smoking in Panama." Military Sur-geon, 73 (1933), 269-80.
Simon. "From Opium to Hash Eesh." Scientific American, Nov. 1921, pp. 14-15.
Stanley. "Marihuana as a Developer of Criminals," American Jour-nal of Police Science, 2 (1931), 252-56.
Tennyson. "Uniform State Narcotic Law." Federal Bar Associatipn Journal, 1 (1932), 55.
—• "Uniform State Narcotic Law." Federal Bar Association Jour-nal, 1 (1935), 55.
Walton, R. Marihuana: America's New Drug Problem. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1938.
Williams, E. G., et al. "Studies on Marihuana and Pyrahedge Com-pound." Public Health Reports, 61 (1946), 1059-83.
Zinberg and Weil. "Acute Effects of Marijuana on Speech." Nature, 3 May 1969.
—. "A Comparison of Marijuana Users and Non-Users," Nature, April 1970.
Zinberg; Weil; and Nelson. "Clinical and Psychological Effects of Marijuana in Man." Science, 13 Dec. 1968.
Government Reports on Marihuana
Marijuana: Report of the Indian Hemp Drugs Commission, 1893- 1894. Silver Spring, Md.: Thomas Jefferson Co., 1969.
Mayor's Committee on Marihuana. The Marihuana Problem in the City of New York (La Guardia Report). New York: Jaques Cattell, 1944.
National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse. Marihuana: A Signal of Misunderstanding, The First Report of the National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse, and Technical Papers to the First Report. 2 vols. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1972.
U.S., Congress, Senate, Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Narcotics. Marihuana and Health, A Report to the Congress from the Secretary, Depart-ment of Health, Education and Welfare. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1971, 92d Cong., 1st sess., 1971.
—. Marihuana and Health, A Report to the Congress from the Secretary, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Wash-ington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1972, 92d Cong., 2'd sess., 1972.
Articles and Books on Related Subjects
Adams, B. The Theory of Social Revolutions. New York: Macmillan, 1913.
Adams, S. H. The Great American Fraud. Chicago: Press of Ameri-can Medical Association, 1907.
Anslinger, H. J., and Oursler, W. C. The Murderers. New York: Farrar, 1961.
Anslinger, H. J., and Tompkins, W. The Traffic in Narcotics. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1953.
Becker, H. S. Outsiders: Studies in the Sociology of Deviance. London: Free Press of Glencoe, 1963.
—. "History, Culture and Subjective Experience: An Elaboration of the Social Bases of Drug-Induced Experiences." Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, 8 (1967), 172.
Blum, R. "Mind Altering Drugs and Dangerous Behavior: Danger-ous Drugs." In the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, Task Force Report: Narcotics and Drug Abuse. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1967.
—. Society and Drugs. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1969.
Brill. "Recurrent Patterns in the History of Drug Dependence and Some Interpretations." In Drugs and Youth, ed. J. R. Wittenborn. Springfield, Ill.: Thomas, 1969.
Bronaugh. "Limiting or Prohibiting the Possession of Intoxicating
Liquors for Personal Use." Law Notes, 23 (1919), 67.
Brooks, J. E. The Mighty Leaf: Tobacco Through the Centuries.
Boston: Little, Brown, 1952.
Brown. "Enforcement of the Tennessee Anti-Narcotic Laws." American journal of Public Health, 5 (1915), 323-33.
Cheevers, N. A Manual of Medical Jurisprudence for India. Cal-cutta: Thacker, Sprinks, 1870.
Chein. "The Status of Sociological and Social Psychological Knowl-edge Concerning Narcotics." Narcotic Drug Addiction Problems, ed. R. Livingston (1963).
Cherrington, E. The Evolution of Prohibition in the United States of America. Waterville, Ohio: The American Issue Press, 1920.
Corcoran, A. "Possession Under the State Prohibition Laws." In Marihuana: A Signal of Misunderstanding, Appendix, vol. 2. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1972.
Curti, M. The Growth of American Thought. 2d ed. New York: Harper & Row, 1951.
Dickson. "Bureaucracy and Morality: An Organizational Perspective on a Moral Crusade." Social Problems, 16 (1968), 143.
Eberle. "Report of Committee on Acquirement of Drug Habits," American Journal of Pharmacy, Oct. 1903.
Eddy; Halbach; Isbell; and Seevers. "Drug Dependence: Its Sig-nificance and Characteristics." Bulletin of the World Het:11th Organization, 1965.
Eldridge, W. B. Narcotics and the Law. 2d rev. ed. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1967.
Freund, E. The Police Power, Public Policy and Constitutional RI;ghts. Chicago: Callaghan, 1904.
Grinnell. "A Review of Drug Consumption and Alcohol as Found in Proprietary Medicine." Medico-Legal Journal, 23 (1905), 426.
Gusfield, J. P. Symbolic Crusade. Urbana: Univ. of Illinois Press, 1963.
Hartz, L. The Liberal Tradition in America. New York: Harcourt, 1955.
Higham, J. Strangers in the Land: Patterns of American Nativism, 1860-1925. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 1955.
Hofstadter, R. The Age of Reform. New York: Knopf, 1955.
King, R. "Narcotic Drug Laws and Enforcement Policies." Law
and Contemporary Problems, 22 (1957), 113, 124-26.
—. "The Narcotics Bureau and the Harrison Act." Yale Law
Journal, 62 (1953), 736-39.
Kolb. "Factors That Have Influenced the Management and Treat-ment of Drug Addicts." In Narcotic Drug Addiction Problems, ed. R. Livingston. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1963.
— and Dumez. "The Prevalence and Trend of Drug Addiction in the United States and Factors Influencing It." Public Health Reports, May 1924.
Lee, H. W. How Dry We Were: Prohibition Revisited. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1963.
Lindesmith, A. The Addict and the Law. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1965.
Link, A. Woodrow Wilson and the Progressive Era. New York: Harper & Row, 1954.
Mandel, J. "Problems with Official Drug Statistics." Stanford Law Review, 21 (1969), 991, 998-99.
Maurer, D. W., and Vogel, V. H. Narcotics and Narcotic Addiction. Springfield, Ill.: Thomas, 1954.
May, H. The End of American Innocence. New York: Knopf, 1959.
McGrgw, J. L. "History of Tobacco Regulation." In Marihuana:
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D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1972.
Mowry, G. The Era of Theodore Roosevelt. New York: Harper & Row, 1958.
National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement (Wickersham Commission). Report on Crime and the Foreign Born, Report no. 10, 1931. Reprint. Montclair, N.J.: Patterson Smith, 1968.
Note. "Narcotics Regulation." Yale Law Journal, 62 (1953), 751, 784-87.
Nyswander, M. The Drug Addict as a Patient. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1956.
O'Donnell. "Patterns of Drug Abuse and Their Social Conse-quences." In Drugs and Youth, ed. J. R. Wittenborn. Springfield, Ill.: Thomas, 1969.
Rogers. "Life, Liberty & Liquor: A Note on the Police Power." Virginia Law Review, 6 (1919), 156.
Rubin, J. Do It! New York: Simon & Schuster, 1968.
Safely. "Growth of State Power Under Federal Constitution to Regulate Traffic in Intoxicating Liquors." Iowa Law Bulletin, 3 (1917), 221.
Sandoz. "Report on Morphinism to the Municipal Court of Boston."
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Stanley, E. "Morphinism." Journal of Criminal Law and Crimi-nology, 6 (1915), 588.
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Taylor, A. H. American DzPlomacy and the Narcotics Traffic, 1900-1939. Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 1969.
Taylor. "More Bars Against Mexicans?" The Survey, 64 (1930), 26. Tennyson. "Illicit Drug Traffic." Federal Bar Association Journal 2 (1935), 208-9.
Terry, C., and Peliens, M. The Opium Problem. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1928.
Timberlake, J. H. Prohibition and the Progressive Movement. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1963.
U.S., Treasury Department. State Laws Relating to the Control of Narcotic Drugs and the Treatment of Drug Addiction. Washing-ton, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1931.
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Wilbert and Motter. Digest of Laws and Regulations in Force in the United States Relating to the Possession, Use, Sale and Manufacture of Poisons and Habit Forming Drugs, U.S., Treasury Department, Public Health Bulletin no. 56. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1912.
Willoughby, W. Opium as an International Problem. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1925.
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