This paper considers the issue of the drug crisis within a broader context of public policy-making and the black community. It offers evidence that challenges the conventional notion that drug use is on the rise and that black communities are being wiped out by the proliferation of cocaine and crack markets that are thriving in those communities' midst.
Myers, Samuel R. "Jr."
"Drugs and Market Structure: Is There Really a Drug Crisis in the Black Community?,"
Challenge: Vol. 01
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu/challenge/vol01/iss01/2