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Posted April 6, 2013
I couldnt put this book down! I had been aware of the crystal meth 'epidemic' in the heart of farm country. However, I had no idea that speed had been around since before Prohibition! I was also aware of the growing use of MDMA (X), but I thought that it was a synthasized version of heroin, not amphetamine. It now makes sense to me why it's so popular among ravers. The author also touches on the Ritalin and Adderall usage among children; at times, merely for making children more 'manageble' for the narcisstic grown-ups that my generation have become. There are many other speed-related subjects covered in this book that I simply didnt know were connected to the so-called amphetemine 'epidemic'. For a book with only 150 pages, this one is jam-packed with pertinent information, and very little 'fluff'. Highly recommended to anyone interested in the 'War on Drugs' in general and how it's actually made recreational drug usage more dangerous, and for anyone specifically interested in amphetemines.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.