Working Men and Ganja: Marihuana Use in Rural Jamaica
24cm x 16cm. xvi, 216 pages,  pages of black and white illustrations. Green cloth, silver lettering, no jacket.
A study on the commerce and use of ganja (marijuana) in three rural labour farmer villages in Jamaica. The study highlights a debate on ganja between socioeconomic divisions; the upper and middle class condemn it, while the labouring class claim it is beneficial for well being and even enhancing productivity.
Minor foxing and soiling to edges. Previous owner’s name, annotations to endpapers. Good Condition.
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