New books on cannabis legalization and Ontario in the age of neoliberalism hit bookshelves soon
By Neil MossFeb. 25, 2019
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High Time: The Legalization and Regulation of Cannabis in Canada, left, and Divided Province: Ontario Politics in the Age of Neoliberalism, right. Book cover images courtesy of McGill-Queen's University Press
Following the legalization of recreational cannabis on Oct. 17, Canada began a “national experiment,” a New York Times headline declared. That experiment is the focus of a new book about the the ramifications of legalization.
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