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The story of America’s "War on Drugs" usually begins with Richard Nixon or Ronald Reagan. But Matthew R. Pembleton. author of "Containing Addiction" argues that its origins instead lie in the years following World War II.  Matthew joins us in an upcoming podcast to discuss how U.S. policymakers had long viewed addiction and organized crime as profound domestic and trans-national threats, and how's America's application of a foreign policy solution to a domestic social crisis. The result is a drug war that persists into the present day.

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