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Meth: America's Home-Cooked Menace
Meth America's Home-Cooked Menace
Author: Dirk Johnson
A harrowing look at the personal, social, and environmental impact of Americas newest drug abuse trend. Methamphetamine has been around for decades, but the recent surge in clandestine cooking labs in homes, hotel rooms, and even cars has made this toxic stimulant exceptionally affordable, accessible, and dangerous. With staggering facts and ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781592853052
ISBN-10: 1592853056
Publication Date: 9/15/2005
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Hazelden
Book Type: Paperback
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An interesting book on a dangerous street drug. Heartbreaking stories. Not so many home labs anymore since legislation passed to keep track of psuedoeffedrine purchases, but the risk to our kids and families is still out there (the drug is mostly coming up from Mexico.) After learning about this street drug and teaching my kids, I am confident that this is ONE thing I don't have to worry about during their teenage years.