Report of the Interdepartmental Committee on the Abuse of Dagga 1951

By |Published On: February 27th, 1952|

In the 1951 report of the Interdepartmental Committee on the Abuse of Dagga, it was reported that the quick and lucrative returns of dagga production attract growers of all races, and large hauls of dagga crops periodically made by the police indicate the readiness of even well-established agriculturists to risk the penalties of the law in an effort to clear substantial profits. The only thing that has changed in 60 years is the price escalation. That’s capitalism (and prohibition) for you.

Download the PDF file of this extraordinarily concise report on Dagga and get an idea of the complete lack of science in the compilation of the pages within it.

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