Carl Hart

Columbia University

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We heard at the top of the show about the crack epidemic and the War on Drugs, Now, with heroin use up around the country, a kinder, gentler sort of policy solution is in vogue.

The New Heroin Epidemic

We heard at the top of the show about the crack epidemic and the War on Drugs, Now, with heroin use up around the country, a kinder, gentler sort of policy solution is in vogue.

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