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References

1. Califano, J. To Reform Welfare, Treat Drug Abuse. Washington Post, September 18, 2002, A29.

2. Pollack, H., and Reuter, P. Myths About Drugs and Welfare. Washington Post, October 1, 2002, A21.

3. Pollack, H.., and Reuter. P. Myths About Drugs and Welfare. Washington Post, October 1, 2002, A21

4. Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse. CASA Study Finds that More than One in Every Four Welfare Recipients Abuses Alcohol and Drugs: Dramatic Increase in College Women Drinking to Get Drunk. Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse web site, www.casacolumbia.org/. The Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse referes to itself as the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, although it appears that perhaps not a single one of the CASA's 50 or so employees is a faculty member at Columbia. Nor is CASA located at Columbia. But apparently, the important thing to CASA is not the reality but the perception. Credibility, even if not legitimate, is very useful in fund-raising and influencing public opinion.

5. Center for Consumer Freedom. "National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse." www.consumerfreedom.com/activistcash/org_blackeye.cfm?ORG=318/. The Center refers to itself as the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. However, it appears that perhaps not a single one of the Center's 50 or so employees is a faculty member at Columbia.

6. Center for Consumer Freedom. "National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse." www.consumerfreedom.org/

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