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A Matter of Life or Meth

Richard A. Rawson and Beth A. Rutkowski
Foreign Policy
No. 163 (Nov. - Dec., 2007), pp. 32-33
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25462228
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Abstract

Methamphetamine may be a scourge in the United States, but in reality, its threat is far more global. Today, its users outnumber both heroin and cocaine addicts, making meth the world's fastest-growing illegal drug.

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