Thirty Years Of America’s Drug War | Drug Wars | FRONTLINE | PBS

In late 1960s recreational drug use becomes fashionable among young, white, middle class Americans. The social stigmatization previously associated with drugs lessens as their use becomes more mainstream. Drug use becomes representative of protest and social rebellion in the era’s atmosphere of political unrest.”

Thirty Years Of America’s Drug War | Drug Wars | FRONTLINE | PBS.

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