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1
The aim of the 1906 Pure Food & Drugs Act was to:
A)Aid the sale of elixirs.
B)Require accurate labeling.
C)Stop the sale of nutritional supplements.
D)A & C.
2
The Moral Model of addiction viewed dependence as:
A)a problem of the weak-willed.
B)caused by the substance.
C)treatable and changeable.
D)a means to violent crime.
3
The 1914 Harrison Act served to regulate:
A)Nicotine
B)Ether
C)Opiates and Cocaine
D)Marijuana
4
The relationship between the availability of illicit drugs, price and the illicit drug market is:
A)As the price rose, the market grew.
B)When drugs became illicit, the drug market declined.
C)There is no relationship.
D)Drug demand is based on popularity, not availability.
5
The Controlled Substances Schedule organizes the drugs into schedules based upon the:
A)potential for abuse
B)status of medical use.
C)Safety
D)All of the above.
6
Federal support for drug screening began with
A)The Military.
B)The post office.
C)Professional sports.
D)the DEA.
7
The FDA, as part of the Kefauver-Harris amendments, began evaluating the effectiveness of drugs in:
A)1932
B)1945
C)1955
D)1962
8
How much does the U.S. spend annually on drug-control efforts?
A)$12.6 Million
B)$12.6 Billion
C)$100 Million
D)$20 Billion
9
Who was Harry Anslinger and why is he historically important?
A)He was an FBI agent who chased bootleggers during prohibition.
B)He was the first commissioner of the Bureau of Narcotics and was instrumental in the passage of the Marijuana Tax Act.
C)He was part of the "War on Drugs" during the Nixon administration.
D)He directed the film "Reefer Madness".
10
Several amendments in 1988 added focus on the drug _______ as well as the criminal organizations who circulated drugs.
A)User
B)Manufacturer
C)Smuggler
D)Dealer







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