4 edition of Drug dealers--taking action found in the catalog.
Drug dealers--taking action
Richard H. Blum
Bibliography: p. 293-307.
|Statement||[by] Richard H. Blum and associates.|
|Series||The Jossey-Bass behavioral science series|
|LC Classifications||HV5801 .B569|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 312 p.|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||76187065|
Wow - the first 2/3 of the book was a wild ride complete with selling drugs, doing drugs, shooting drug dealers and drug makers. The last 1/3 of the book was beautiful - heartfelt, warm as our "dope thief" tries to make his world right. This is a great first novel. Thank for the tip, Bob:)/5. The story of Jun, a female soldier returning home from some war in a world not unlike ours. This is my third PTSD book in a week. It's (admittedly, by the author), just a kind of preliminary study of the traumatic effects of war, and (maybe because the book is smallish and there are so many small panels packed in with lots of dark detail) I wasn't as affected by it or as engaged with Jun as I /5.
Those people in the parking lot the day after,wee street-level drug dealers taking advantage of the hole created by the closure of the Wolfpack. JD Aug ( pm). This is a warning from Eldorado Park parents, who have had enough of drug peddlers and dealers taking over and destroying their children’s lives. The area came under the spotlight after President Jacob Zuma visited the drug-ridden community this year, following desperate pleas from parents for action to be taken against drug dealers. The raid, on Friday, came after concerns were raised over suspected drug dealers taking over a man’s flat, commonly known as cuckooing. Police would not release the specific location because of Author: Matthew Critchell.
Man arrested on suspicion of Class A drug supplying and money laundering. Cuckooing refers to drug dealers taking over the homes of vulnerable people and using the address as a base to prepare drugs and oversee the running of their so-called businesses. The occupants are often vulnerable either through drug addiction, disabilities or mental. Drug dealers--taking action [by] Richard H. Blum and associates; Nature and Extent of the Problem [microform] / Richard H. Blum; Drug education: results and recommendations / Richard H. Blum, with Eva Blum and Emily Garfield; Drugs and Personal Values [microform] / Richard H. Blum. The principal tool of their revolution is shame, for little else has sufficed. The election has given us four more years of Bill Clinton. A reduced welfare state, while desirable, won't deter the wealthy Unassimilated Other ("Hollywood") who don't need welfare in the first : Carl Horowitz.
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