Political Science, Public Policy, Social Policy
Tales from a Member of the Resistance by Theodore Villella
Villella asks, Why has The War on Drugs expanded exponentially for five decades? Why does it continue to fail? What can you do to end it? He hopes to reach a global audience from Baby Boomers to Gen Z, who recognize they have the power within them ...
An Unconventional Life in Politics and Academia by Henry Milner
Some engage in politics; others observe it, but the author of this political memoir is among the few that have had the chance to do both. In these pages, Henry Milner shares his experiences as a student and community activist, an anglophone insider ...
Security Without Easy Answers by Adam Blackwell
It’s Time to Declare War on the War on Crime In 2011, the Global Commission on Drug Policy deemed the War on Drugs a failure. Initiated under Richard Nixon in 1971, the War on Drugs’ emphasis on harsh law enforcement and strong-arm police tactics ...