Investigative journalist Doug Fine follows one plant from seed to patient in the first American county to fully legalize and regulate cannabis farming. He profiles an issue of critical importance to lawmakers, media pundits, and ordinary Americans-whether or not they inhale.
Praise for Too High to Fail: "Fine examines how the American people have borne the massive economic and social expenditures of the failed Drug War, which is 'as unconscionably wrong for America as segregation and DD. A captivating, solidly documented work rendered with wit an. . A captivating, solidly documented work rendered with wit and humor. successfully illuminates an unusual world where cannabis growers sing Happy Birthday to while crossing their fingers against the threat of federal raids
Too High to Fail: Cannabi. has been added to your Cart. Doug Fine is the author of two previous books, Not Really an Alaskan Mountain Man and Farewell, My Subaru (a Boston Globe bestseller).
Too High to Fail: Cannabi. He has reported for The Washington Post, Wired, Salon, High Times, Outside, NPR, and . News & World Report.
51% of Americans support full legalization (cannabis regulated for adults like alcohol), and 80% support medicinal cannabis legalization. Fine's book, TOO HIGH TO FAIL: Cannabis and the New Green Economic Revolution, is just out in paperback. More from Terrence McNally podcast.
It was just too close to home. I had to see of there was a working alternative to the Drug War which I could examine as a potential model. Recent polls have 56 percent of Americans ready to end the Drug War, which is one of our nation's worst policies for reasons documented at length in the book and not a surprise to most of us.
Cannabis and the New Green Economic Revolution.
Fine, an investigative journalist, takes us to Mendocino County, where he follows one plant from seed to medical marijuana patient in the first county in the nation to decriminalize and regulate cannabis farming. Continue reading the main story. Cannabis and the New Green Economic Revolution.
Too High to Fail book. The first in-depth look at the burgeoning legal cannabis industry. The ruling is widely considered to have launched the multibillion-dollar home entertainment revolution that today brings us, for better or for worse, Ishtar via instant download from nearly any spot on Earth. Similarly, with cannabis, I discovered that assertions that many essentially healthy people (baseball-game tapers, in the VCR example) were obtaining doctor referrals for cannabis is irrelevant.
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Too High to Fail covers everything from a brief history of hemp to an insider’s perspective on a growing season in Mendocino .
Too High to Fail covers everything from a brief history of hemp to an insider’s perspective on a growing season in Mendocino County, where cannabis drives 80 percent of the economy (to the tune of $(removed) billion annually). Investigative journalist Doug Fine follows one plant from seed to patient in the first American county to fully legalize and regulate cannabis farming. He profiles an issue of critical importance to lawmakers, media pundits, and ordinary Americans - whether or not they inhale.
Author: Doug Fine
Category: Business and Money
Publisher: Avery; Reprint edition (July 2, 2013)
Pages: 384 pages
ePUB size: 1396 kb
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