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Table Of Contents

Breaking News: “Weed Kills Coronavirus”
James H. Mills; Lucas Richert

Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century
1/ Taming the Orient: France and the first global movement to medicalize Cannabis
David Guba Jr.
2/ Ganja and the Government of India: Cannabis, Excise, and Colonial Administration in the Late Nineteenth-century
Peter Hynd
3/ Ganja Madness: Cannabis, Insanity, and Indentured Labor in British Guiana and Trinidad, 1881-1912
Jamie Banks
4/ Dagga: How South Africa made a Dangerous Drug, 1902-1928
Thembisa Waetjen
5/ Squaring a Circle: Cannabis and the Dubious Legacy of the League of Nations
Haggai Ram
6/ A Historical Approach to the Criminalization of Marijuana Use in Mexico
José Domingo Schievenini
7/ Reefer Madness Past and Present: Dr. Leopoldo Salazar Viniegra, Mexico, and the United States
Isaac Campos
8/ Smugglers from the East and Travelers from the West: The Hash Trade and Drug Control in the Building of the Afghan State
James Bradford
9/ “Hashers Don’t Read Das Kapital”: East Germany, Socialist Prohibition, and Global Cannabis
Ned Richardson-Little
10/ Origins of cannabis prohibition in Nigeria and the Sixties
Gernot Klantschnig
11/ Cannabis, Counterculture, and Criminals: The rise of cannabis smuggling in the Netherlands
Stephen Snelders
12/ “We smoke flowers”: On “Being High” in Postrevolutionary Iran
Maziyar Ghiabi
13/ PRIDE International and Drug War Diplomacy: The Parent Movement’s Global Battle Against Marijuana
Emily Dufton
14/ Sub-Saharan Africa, Cannabis, and Contemporary Drug Policy
Neil Carrier
15 / Forces of necessity: The role of lay knowledge and advocacy in the re-medicalization of British cannabis, 1973-2004
Suzanne Taylor

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