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Sept 28- Oct 2

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Sept 28- Oct 2 History 105 Fry- Roots of Contemporary Issues

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Date Created: 10/04/15
Sept 28 Oct 2 Friday September 25 2015 200 PM Continue Monday September d 282015 Ajudgein Mississippideclared that supplyinga quotnegroquot with cocaine was more dangerous than injecting a dog with rabies 1906 Atlanta race riot led by whites was sparked by reports of crimes committed by black cocaine fiends Police in the Southern states adopted heavier caliber handguns l Prohibition19ZO1933 Consumption of beverage alcohol declined dramatically at the start 0 In the early 1920s consumption was about thirty percent of the pre prohibition level 0 Consumption grew in the last years of prohibition as illegal supplies of liquor increased 0 The main retail outlet in the prohibition period was the speakeasy A well developed housetohouse delivery system was also established 0 There was a high degree oforganization in international liquor smuggling The combination ofgraft and violence accompanying this industry was a importantfactor in the final repeal of prohibition 1906 thefirst restrictions forsale of cannabis in the District of Columbia 39 0 The argument against cannabis stated that lit made you sexcrazed it make you violent and crazy it wasa gateway drug and it corrupted youth into a life of crime 0 1936 Reefer Madness film about the dangerous of marijuana 1937 Marijuana Tax Act prohibited the production of cannabis and hemp Largely as an effort of businessmen Andrew Mellon Randolph Hearst and the Du Pontfamily Narcotic Control Act of 1956 0 Put marijuana in the same drug class as heroin and added more severe penalties A first conviction of possession of marijuana mandatory two to 10 years in pnson In Missouri a second conviction for possession of marijuana was eligible for3925years Intent to sell first conviction 1015 second life Third time life sentence Still this way in Texas VVednesday September 30 2015 Con nu ed What drugs did people also give to animals 39Tea to horses and mules amphetamines to chickens opium to elephants and horses Vietnam Drug laws in Vietnam were not well defined and enforced Troops begin using marijuana in Vietnam by 1963 Arrests for marijuana possession reached as many as 1000 in a single week In 1968 Vietnamese government condemned the sale and use of marijuana 1970 there were 1146 arrests for hard drugs By 1971 arrests in creased to 7026 Discharged between one thousand and two thousand heroin addicts per month 1973 34 percent of America soldiers in Vietnam had commonly used heroin Did the servicemen with heroin addiction receive help once they returned to the US39No August 1971 Veterans Admin hospitals handled only three referrals out of 12000 heroinusing servicemen from Vietnam Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970 Nixon targeted the trendy psychedelic image of illegal drugs Asked Elvis Presley to help him send the message that drug abuse is unacceptable 1973 Drug Enforcement Admin DEA Ronald Reagan and the War on Drugs 1984 Nancy Reagan launches her quotJust Say Noquot antidrug campaign Cocaine importation tripled in this period AntiDrugAbuseAct of 1986 appropriated an additional 17 billion to fund the War on Drugs Established 29 new mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenses Different mandatory minimums for powderand crack cocaine quotCrack Epidemicquot 1984 amp1990 1985 People used cocaine on a routine basis increased from 42 million to 58 million Use ofthe drug has continued to spread throughout North and South America and into Europe and the rest ofthe world By 2002 The UKwas experiencing their own quotcrack epidemicquot The UK reported an increase of 74 in seizures of crack cocaine in drug raids from 20002006 The majority of European crack cocaine users are located in the three cities Hamburg London amp Paris Did the CIA help bring drugs into the US39Yes Drugs and the CIA The CIA supported various Afghan rebel commanders Mujahideen leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar against the Soviet Union CIA provided drug lord allies with transport arms and political protection Helped Kuomintang KMT forces smuggle opium by providing airplanes from Air America IranContra Scandal Iran became our enemy They overthrew their government College students took US hostages Religious group takes over government Iraq is our friend We put Saudam Busain in power Iraq and Iran go to war with each other we supply Iraq with weapons Nicaragua1979 Sandinistas overthrew Somoza dictatorship US sold weapons to Iran to get hostages elsewhere released Friday October 2 2015 Con nued Used money to illegally fund contras to overthrow Sandinistas CIAbacked Contras smuggled cocaine into the US crack cocaine The CIA directly aided drug dealers to raise money for the Contras In 2011 Ciudad Juarez became the world39s most violent city In 2006 2119 peopledied 2007 2275 people 2008jumped over 5000 2009 over9500 2010 15273 2011 12359 2012 10585 people Na rcoTerrorism FARC Columbia Kidnap people and hold them foryears then release them ELN Columbia Devote Catholic Hamas Taliban sell drugs to raise 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