Indian Hemp. A Social Menace. – Donald McI. Johnson


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Donald McI. Johnson, M.A., M.B. (1903-1978) was moved to write this little book due to what he saw as a complacent and ignorant medical profession in the face of a dangerous new drug. “It is the object of this book to remedy this situation…” It includes a brief history of Indian hemp, examines its prevalence in Great Britain and the United States and discusses the wider social implications of its use.

Publisher: Christopher Johnson
Date Published: 1952
Publication Place: London

Condition: Good. Light foxing to top and fore-edge and last few pages.
Binding: Hardcover. Cloth boards. Mild edge-wear.

Jacket Condition: No dust jacket
Dimensions: Small 8vo. 112pp

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Weight 1400 g