The United Nations is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the “international war on drugs.” And yet even top U.N. anti-drug officials seem to realize what U.S. politicians are unable to: The war isn't being won, and is clearly unwinnable. Brian Doherty wonders why our leaders won't make the sensible moves that ought to follow that realization.
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