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American drug war : the last white hope

Author: Kevin Booth; Ostrow and Company.; Sacred Cow Productions.; SCP Enterprises.
Publisher: [United States?] : SCP Enterprises, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This documentary follows director Kevin Booth as he investigates the world of illegal drugs, from street-corner dealers to high level kingpins, from narcotics officers to powerful judges. Approaching his subject matter with a skeptical eye, Booth questions the effectiveness of the drug war, and the motives of those who continue to fuel it from all ends. Through research and investigation, Booth asserts that there  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Feature films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Booth; Ostrow and Company.; Sacred Cow Productions.; SCP Enterprises.
OCLC Number: 229180487
Notes: DVD; 9 dual-layer ; Dolby digital; stereo; all regions.
Bonus features: over 3 hours of never before seen mini docs.
Performer(s): Tommy Chong, Freeway Ricky Ross, sheriff Joe Arpaio, Mike Ruppert, general Barry McCaffrey, Celerino Castillo III, judge James Gray, T. Rodgers, Joe Rogan, Ron Paul, Ralph Nader, Jello Biafra, Robert Steele, gov. Gary Johnson, sergeant Lou Daigle, Tom Rhodes, Joe Pietri, Jeff Blackburn, Mack Lindsay, Todd McCormick, Dr. Claudia Jensen, Dr. Robert Melamede, Dr. Charles Grob, Sherm, Cynthia McKinney.
Awards: Winner "Best Documentary" at four Consecutive Festivals.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (118 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Titles: Last white hope
Responsibility: In association with Ostrow and Company ; Sacred Cow Productions ; a film by Kevin Booth.

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This documentary follows director Kevin Booth as he investigates the world of illegal drugs, from street-corner dealers to high level kingpins, from narcotics officers to powerful judges. Approaching his subject matter with a skeptical eye, Booth questions the effectiveness of the drug war, and the motives of those who continue to fuel it from all ends. Through research and investigation, Booth asserts that there might well be just as much greed, crime, and corruption on either side of the narcotics battle, as the drug war is steeped in issues of race and class.

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