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Jacob Sullum Discusses Drug Policy on Russia Today

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Reason Senior Editor Jacob Sullum appeared on Russia Today's The Alyona Show to discuss a new British report that shows alcohol is more harmful than cocaine and heroin, and why governments often base drug classifications on cultural norms rather than science. Air date: November 1, 2010.

Approximately 7.07 minutes.

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