January 2008
Cocaine: The Rush to Destruction;2008, p124
The sources cited within the book are presented including "Crack Cocaine" from http://www.cocaine.org, ""History of Cocaine and Crack Use" from http://www.intheknowzone.com/cocaine/history.htm, and "Cocaine Abuse and Addiction" from the National Institutes of Health.


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