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Marijuana: Not Guilty As Charged

In Marijuana: Not Guilty As Charged, Ford definitely examines and debunks each myth about marijuana, presenting facts based on meticulous studies. In a candid and common-sense tone, this book informs readers on the current debate over marijuana: its medicinal value, as well as it recreational, creative, and other uses. Testimonials from people with cancer (including the author himself), AIDS, glau...

Hardcover: 253 pages
Publisher: Good Press; Hardcover edition (September 12, 2006)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0965593258
ISBN-13: 978-0965593250
Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.8 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 4346665
Format: PDF Text djvu ebook

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“After reading "Marijuana Not Guilty As Charged" I have decided to become active in this marijuana movement. This book made me realize that marijuana is a medicine. I wonder how long our federal government is going to be wrong(about medical marijuan...”

oma, multiple sclerosis, paraplegia, migraines, and other debilitating conditions offer convincing evidence of marijuana's medical relief. If marijuana is relatively harmless, why is it illegal? David Ford explains how the federal government created a systematic campaign of deception that began in the 1930's. Why were U.S. legislators, professionals and the public duped into outlawing this relatively harmless plant---along with hemp, it's versatile NON-INTOXICATING cousin? Why was marijuana placed in the same category as heroin: "too dangerous to prescribe by a physician"? Was it to protect multinational corporations from a plant that cannot be patented? From fifty years of research and interviews with hundreds of marijuana users, the author offers compelling arguments why marijuana should never have been illegal. The government is aware that marijuana never resulted in even one documented toxicity-related death and IS medicine. In 1966, the voters of California and Arizona saw through the malicious propaganda and approved marijuana for medical purposes. This has fanned the fire of controversy and incited the Drug Enforcement Administration to threaten legal action against doctors who recommend marijuana to ease the suffering of the ill and dying. Vivid accounts depict some of the atrocities, including death by law enforcement officers, the rape of inmates including mothers while in prison, and other injustices that accompany the counterproductive war on drugs.