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Title: The Opioid Crisis in Historical Perspective | Perspectives on History | AHA


Collection: Opioid Epidemic web archive

Description: Post titled, "The Opioid Crisis in Historical Context" by Dane Kennedy published on the American Historical Association's Perspectives on History blog on May 24, 2016. The post provides a summary of a Congressional Briefing on the topic presented by experts David Courtwright, Keith Wailoo, and Alan Kraut in which the professors provided an overview and analysis of American drug policy over the past century.

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