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Statistics indicate that outside of the poorest neighborhoods, the nation's year affair with illegal drugs is on the decline. Flooding Across the Border. Putting Pressure on Legislators Advertisement. While the number of addicts around the nation has remained relatively stable, there has been an alarming rise in the proportion of addicts exposed to the AIDS virus from the sharing of needles. And, whatever the trends, they say, drug use is so widespread that it will remain a problem in all sectors of society for years. Its rise in the past two years has had devastating effects on poor neighborhoods, but it has failed to make the same inroads into the middle class. Putting Pressure on Legislators.
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Harwin Voss of the University of Kentucky, who helped direct the study. You may opt-out at any time. The better educated the young people were, the survey found, the less they were using marijuana. But it now appears that the growth of crack has leveled off in New York and many other cities around the country, law-enforcement and treatment officials say. What may be emerging, some experts believe, is a tale of two drug problems. What confused the situation last year was cocaine, which had been rising in use since the late 70's. The poorest and least-educated have continued or increased their drug use.
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According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, marijuana use peaked in , and by , 7 out of 10 high school seniors believed marijuana use to be harmful. A Different Generation. In other words, he said, the most recent growth in America's cocaine appetite can be traced to its most severe addicts, many of them inner-city crack addicts. Musto, a professor of psychiatry and history of medicine at Yale University who has written extensively on the history of drug-use epidemics.
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