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Altered states : a history of drug use in America / producer, Ann Spurling ; a production of WXXI-TV.

Format Video (DVD) and Electronic
Publication InfoPrinceton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, [2004]
Description1 videodisc (57 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Subject(s)
Other author/creatorPearce, William J., narrator.
Other author/creatorTice, Patricia M., 1953- curator.
Other author/creatorSpurling, Ann, producer.
Other author/creatorWXXI-TV (Television station : Rochester, N.Y.)
Other author/creatorMargaret Woodbury Strong Museum.
Other author/creatorFilms for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Portion of title History of drug use in America
Abstract A documentary on drug use and abuse in America, encompassing tobacco, alcohol, caffeine, opium, cocaine, LSD, marijuana and other substances. Indicates that drug use is not a contemporary phenomenon or problem but has been a constant presence throughout the country's social history.
General noteDocumentary produced in conjunction with the Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum exhibition: Altered states / curator, Patricia Tice.
General noteOriginally produced in 1993.
CreditsNarrator, William J. Pearce ; editor, Michael Connolly ; videographer, Doug Steffer.
Performer Narrator: William J. Pearce.
Other formsDVD-R, NTSC.
Technical detailsDVD
Technical detailsAvailable to subscribing libraries as a streaming video.
Genre/formDocumentary television programs.
Publisher numberFFH5863 Films for the Humanities & Sciences
Publisher number5863 Films for the Humanities & Sciences

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