—By Ryan Grim
July/August 2009 Issue
1. A 1918 New York Times article suggested Germany was trying to make Americans "cokeys" and "hop fiends" with...
2. How much "ditchweed"—wild hemp with no psychoactive properties—did the DEA destroy in 2005?
3. As the "methedemic" raged in 2004, how many meth "superlabs" did federal authorities seize?
4. During the late 19th century, most opium addicts were first turned on to the drug by...
5. Which of the following did not support efforts to criminalize marijuana in the 1930s?
6. Nearly what portion of Mexico's arable land is used to grow drugs?
7. Which president first declared cocaine "the most dangerous drug problem that the US ever faced"?
8. Who was the Senate's most strident drug warrior in the 1960s?
9. In which decade did Americans' illegal drug use decline most rapidly?
10. In 2004, the White House buried a study that found that a $1.4 billion anti-pot ad campaign had...
Ryan Grim is the senior congressional correspondent for the Huffington Post, and is the author of This Is Your Country on Drugs. For more of his stories, click here.
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