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After 1945, the United States promoted a supply-side approach to drug prohibition both at the United Nations and in its own laws. At the international level, this meant restricting legitimate production to a handful of countries and requiring consuming countries to stipulate in advance how much narcotics they would buy. In the United States, Congress and state legislatures passed increasingly harsh, punitive laws aimed at users.

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