Methamphetamine: A Love Story presents an insider’s view of the world of methamphetamine based on the life stories of thirty-three adults formerly immersed in using, dealing, and manufacturing meth in rural Oklahoma. Using a respectful tone towards her subjects, Shukla illuminates their often decades-long love affair with the drug, the attractions of the lifestyle, the eventual unsustainability of it, and the challenges of exiting the life. These personal stories reveal how and why people with limited economic means and inadequate resources become entrapped in the drug epidemic, while challenging longstanding societal views about addiction, drugs, drug policy, and public health.
While at the ACJS meeting in Baltimore (March 26-30), attend our authors’ sessions to discuss ways to confront the criminal justice crisis. #ACJS2019 Author Sessions Robert E. Worden, author of Mirage of Police Reform: Procedural …Read More >