Edit: As of 10:00 pm Central, it’s up to #17, and now they’ve dropped the price a buck to $8.97. If you haven’t bought it yet, that’s an incredible price.
Buy this book today on Amazon.com: Marijuana is Safer: So Why Are We Driving People to Drink? by Steve Fox, Paul Armentano, and Mason Tvert (just click here or on the image above). Hopefully, if enough buy it today, it’ll push up the sales ranking for today and a drug policy reform book will get ranked #1 (or very high).
Will it work? Who knows. But it’s a good book to get anyway. Norm Stamper said he couldn’t put it down. Check out the reviews by Mike Gray, Alex Kreit, Barbara Ehrenreich, Nadine Strossen, Gary Johnson, Mark Stepnoski, David Sirota, Gregory T. Carter, Jennifer Michael Hecht, Mitch Earleywine, Rob Van Dam, and David Boaz,
Better yet, the price is right. $10.17 at the time this was written. It’s also available for Kindle.
I’m buying a copy today, so why don’t you?
Maybe, just maybe, it’ll rocket up on the Amazon sales rankings, and then that’ll catch some media attention, and a whole lot of people will buy and maybe even read the book who don’t pay a lot of attention to drug policy reform. Then maybe, just maybe, they’ll say “Hey, wait a second. I thought marijuana was really bad and dangerous and stuff. Were they lying to me all this time? I suppose I should listen to what those dirty druggie hippies have been saying all along about drug policy reform…”
Plus, it’s a good book to have on your coffee table to start a conversation when Aunt Mildred comes to visit.