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Strategies and Saints

Fighting Drugs in Subsidized Housing

Document date: March 01, 1992
Released online: March 01, 1992
This study details successful strategies for confronting drug trafficking in federally subsidized, inner-city housing developments. It also examines the qualities of mind and spirit that enable some people to operate creatively and successfully in an environment where drug trafficking and its consequences are an ever-present threat.


Topics/Tags: | Crime/Justice


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