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Too high to fail : cannabis and the new green economic revolution

Author: Doug Fine
Publisher: New York : Gotham Books, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Assesses the legal cannabis industry and its potential role in today's evolving economy, citing the lucrative proceeds generated by a small number of registered users and the underground revenues of illegal uses.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Doug Fine
ISBN: 9781592407095 1592407099
OCLC Number: 803846736
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xlv, 314 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: If you were inclined to stereotype, incline the other way --
Yes, but does the topic pass the Rwanda test? --
The day a cannabis farmer cried out, "Thank God, the police." --
Adventures with Vioxx --
If your cancer treatment options can cost you your job, you might be living under a policy in need of change --
Reporting to you from inside the bubble within the bubble within the bubble --
The end of "green, leafy" as cultural profanity and the birth of the redneck hippie --
Setting industry standards for a post-drug war craft cannabis market --
Redneck hippie capitalism --
A valuable truck burying --
Intergenerational neighborhood relations in cannabis culture --
Replication of the clones --
Birth of the Lucille triplets and Tomas's crop comes home --
Lucille's Gregor Mendel --
The zip-tie program comes of age, musically, before my eyes --
The mostly volunteer Kama Karma work crew arrives --
A farmer is a farmer is a farmer --
Emergence of a sustainable outdoor cannabis cultivator --
Collective farming in the time of helicopters --
Punks in paradise : seeing the behavior from which the human Lucille's concerns derive --
A modern agricultural businessman prepares for a Fourth of July regulatory inspection --
The zip-tie program survives the federal eye --
How a plastic zip tie undergoes a 50,000 percent markup and becomes an insurance policy --
In which I discover that I had already run the gauntlet, and learn of the Northstone Two --
Panzer's paradox --
Redirecting Prison, Inc. --
Lucille harvest emergency --
Trimming with buds --
The stigma front : should storefront cannabis dispensaries be relegated to red light districts? --
Bubble breach --
The thirteen-billion-dollar economic hit --
Meet the patients --
Pharmakon and the complex molecule --
Visions of the coming drug peace : the tipping point for cannabis reclassification and regulation.
Responsibility: Doug Fine.

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Assesses the legal cannabis industry and its potential role in today's evolving economy, citing the lucrative proceeds generated by a small number of registered users and the underground revenues of illegal uses.

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