Lot 83 of 725:
7 paperbacks on marijuana use & misuse  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$72
$100 - $150

Small group of paperbacks about marijuana use and misuse, including cooking


Various places


Various dates



  • Schaflander, Gerald M. Passion, Pot and Politics. 1st printing. Little, Brown [1971].
  • Rublowsky, John. The Stoned Age: A History of Drugs in America. Putnam's, [1974].
  • Kaplan, John. Marijuana - The New Prohibition. Pocket Books, [1971].
  • Marihuana: A Signal of Misunderstanding. The Official Report of the National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Use. 1st printing. Signet Special from New American Library, [1972].
  • Grayson, Del. Pot and Passion: An Examination of Marijuana in Modern Society. Late-Hour Library Fact Book, [1968].
  • Gottlieb, Adam. The Art and Science of Cooking with Cannabis. 6th printing. 20th Century Alchemist, [1980].
  • Gottlieb, Adam. Legal Highs: A Concise Encyclopedia of Legal Herbs... 8th printing. 20th Century Alchemist, [1980].

Nice group on marijuana.

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Mostly mild wear; very good or near fine.

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