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Drugs! Drugs! Drugs!

March 6, 2014

These graphs are for my L2 law students at Aix-Marseille Université, although they would probably be interesting for anyone concerned with drug policy …

The study involved 16 criteria, including a drug's affects on users' physical and mental health, social harms including crime, "family adversities" and environmental damage, economic costs and "international damage".

Relative level of addictiveness (rating from 0 to 100%) for the most popular drugs in use today. Legal drugs are indicated in blue while illegal drugs are indicated in red.

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