Peter Andreas

author of “Killer High: A History of War in Six Drugs;” Brown University

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Brown University professor; author of Killer High: A History of War in Six Drugs" and “Rebel Mother: My Childhood Chasing the Revolution.”

 

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The United States has been fighting the War on Drugs ever since President Nixon declared warfare in 1971.

‘Killer High’: Mind-altering substances were key to wars throughout US history

The United States has been fighting the War on Drugs ever since President Nixon declared warfare in 1971.

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By the time Peter Andreas was 11 years old, he had travelled to five countries, and had lived in more than a dozen homes. He was in and out of school.

Peter Andreas on his rebel mother: 'She was negligent but I never felt neglected'

By the time Peter Andreas was 11 years old, he had travelled to five countries, and had lived in more than a dozen homes. He was in and out of school.

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