The War on Marijuana in the United States: Part 2 – Propaganda to Prohibition (1920 – 1937)

In part one of this series, we learned that anti-cannabis sentiment first began to take root among Americans in the early years of the 20th century. By 1918, the majority of U.S. states had anti-cannabis legislation in place, and the general consensus among the American public was that cannabis was a dangerous, deadly drug associated with immigrants and lower-class society.

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