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Lindesmith Center

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Lindesmith Center

The Lindesmith Center was an

  • Lindesmith Library online
  • Drug Policy Alliance website
  • Global Drug Policy Program

External links

  1. ^ a b A Guide to the Drug-Legalization Movement


The name 'Lindesmith' refers to Alfred R. Lindesmith (1905-1991), a professor of sociology at Indiana University, who was a prolific writer on drug use and policy.

More than 15,000 documents and videos are freely available online through the website of the Drug Policy Alliance.

In 2000, the Center and the harm reduction, sentencing reform for non-violent drug offenses, and the legal access to medical marijuana.[1] Through the Drug Policy Alliance, the Lindesmith Library continues to distribute materials to community organizations seeking science-based information about drug use and misuse.

-funded studies on harm reduction. NIDA The Center conducted some [1]

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