Lot 85 of 725:
11 paperbacks on various drugs & their social issues  

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Eleven paperbacks about drugs and social issues related to drugs


Various places


Various dates



  • Wakefield, Dan. The Addict. 1st Premier printing. Premier Book, [1965].
  • Gustaitis, Rasa. Turning On. 1st printing. Signet Book / New American Library, [1970].
  • Louira, Donald B. The Drug Scene. Bantam Books, [1970].
  • Power, Jed. Drug Antiques: A Photographic Look at Old & Unusual Drug Artifacts and Rarities. 1st printing. Cape Ann Antiques, [1986].
  • Goode, Erich. Drugs in American Society. 1st edition. Knopf / Borzoi, [1972].
  • Mathison, Richard. The Shocking History of Drugs. Ballantine Books, [1958].
  • Horman, Richard E., editor. Drug Awareness. 1st Avon printing. Discus / Avon Books, [1970].
  • Larner, Jeremy, editor. The Addict in the Street. 1st Zebra edition. Grove Press, [1966].
  • What Everyone Needs to Know About Drugs. U.S. News & World Report, [1970].
  • Lingeman, Richard R. Drugs from A to Z: A Dictionary. McGraw-Hill, [1969].
  • Nahal, Chaman, editor. Drugs and the Other Self: An Anthology of Spiritual Transformations. 1st Perennial Library edition, [1971].

Great selection of works about drugs and their societal effects.

Lot Amendments

Mostly mild general wear from handling, a few with faint soiling; very good or near fine.

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