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I am doing a research paper on crack cocaine . . . Is the crack trend gone away, as I haven't heard much about it lately?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
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In brief: Yes

You will not find this in the politically-correct literature, but during the late 1990's, the communities in which crack was dealt decided that the drug was doing more harm to their own people than the money that it brought in was worth.
Extrajudicial street justice put the dealers out of business. There's a paper in scientific american february 2004 that's straight-talking.

In brief: Yes

You will not find this in the politically-correct literature, but during the late 1990's, the communities in which crack was dealt decided that the drug was doing more harm to their own people than the money that it brought in was worth.
Extrajudicial street justice put the dealers out of business. There's a paper in scientific american february 2004 that's straight-talking.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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