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World Drug War charts. Lots of them. Link list. PLAIN TEXT version.

Here is a plain text version. Timely link list of Drug War chart pages. Worldwide. An example chart is at the end - a timeline for US incarceration rates. Link list is easy to copy and pass on. One of a kind.
Drug war charts. Lots of them. Distribute widely.

Main compilation page:

CHARTS compilation. World Drug War. Many charts.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/charts2.htm

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Charts. Index page. Short descriptions of all drug war chart pages:
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/chartsfocus.htm

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Short descriptions of the chart pages:

666. CHART. Reagan's near-quadrupling of Incarceration Rate.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/charts.htm

Average sentence for federal drug offender. CHART.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/sentences.htm

Deaths. Leading causes. CHARTS. Diseases, drugs, etc..
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/charts3.htm

Federal drug offenders. Percentage in prisons. CHART.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/federal.htm

Holland, USA, UK. Cannabis and Drug Use. CHARTS.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/holland.htm

Homicide, murder. Rates worldwide. CHARTS.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/homicide.htm

Incarceration Rates. USA. Timeline CHART.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/rates.htm

Incarceration Rates. USA. Timeline CHART. Plainer chart.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/ratesusa.htm

Incarceration Rates. World. By nation. CHART.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/world.htm

Mandatory-Minimum Federal Drug Sentences. U.S. CHART.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/mandatory.htm

Other charts on the web. Drug war charts, and more. Links.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/charts9.htm

Parole violations and drugs. CHART. Percentages.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/charts4.htm

Poverty rates worldwide. CHART.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/poverty.htm

Probation, parole, prison, jail. USA CHART. Timeline.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/correct.htm

Racism of U.S. Republicrat Drug War. CHARTS.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/charts5.htm

Universal healthcare. CHARTS. 
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/universal.htm  

USA and Territories. Total inmates. CHART.
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/usaterr.htm

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*The MAJORITY of the 2 million U.S. prisoners are incarcerated due to the drug war! The Drug-War Industrial Complex. The U.S. drug-war inmate MAJORITY is calculated by adding together prisoners who have committed drug crimes, drug-related crimes (such as robbing to get money for drugs that are expensive because of the drug war), drug trade crimes, drug-related parole violations, etc.. The USA has 5% of the world's population and 25% of the world's 8 MILLION prisoners. As of the year 2000 the USA again has the world's highest incarceration rate! It is 5 to 17 times higher than all other Western (long democratic traditions) nations. The US rate is almost 4 times higher than in 1980 at the time of Reagan's election. 6.5 million adults, or 1 in 32 adults in the USA, or 3.1% of adults, were under correctional supervision (in jail, in prison, on probation, or on parole) at yearend 2000. Statistics, references, links, and charts:
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/majority.htm and
 http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/y/majority.htm and
 http://members.fortunecity.com/multi19/majority.htm

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*U.S. Incarceration Rates Chart. Timeline. Drug War Incarceration Nation.
 http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/y/rates.htm and
 http://corporatism.tripod.com/rates.htm

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>U.S._Incarceration_Rates_CHART._Timeline.____
>Just_Say_NO_to_Drug_War_Incarceration_Nation.
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>_____________________________________________
>______________________________________U.S.___
>_USA____Incarceration____Prisons____resident_
>______________#RATE_____and_jails__Population
>_____________________________________________
>________*1925__#119**___*1925_to_1977________
>________*1928__#144_____incarceration_rates__
>________*1932__#165***__are_estimates._See___
>________*1934__#164**___links_and_endnotes.__
>________*1939__#206***_______________________
>________*1945__#147**___All_the_***peaks_and_
>________*1950__#164***__**valleys_are_shown._
>________*1952__#162**________________________
>________*1961__#179***__And_some_key_years.__
>________*1968__#141**________________________
>________*1969__#146***__1969._Nixon_in_power.
>Nixon___*1971__#143_____1971._Nixon_declares_
>________*1972__#140**_________a_War_on_Drugs.
>DEA_____*1973__#144_____1973._DEA_begins.____
>________*1974__#153_____1974._Nixon_resigns._
>________*1977__#194__________________________
>_________1978__#202______452,790__223,820,016
>6_Ronald_1980__#220______501,886__228,446,000
>6_Wilson_1981__#241______555,114__230,645,000
>6_Reagan_1982__#262______610,767__232,803,000
>and______1983__#275______645,713__234,868,000
>Nancy____1984__#288______681,282__236,938,000
>Reagan.__1985__#311______742,939__239,109,000
>Holy_____1986__#331______799,171__241,267,000
>War______1987__#352______856,906__243,462,000
>on_______1988__#387______949,659__245,705,000
>Drugs____1989__#434____1,076,670__248,143,000
>_________1990__#457____1,146,401__250,718,000
>_________1991__#480____1,216,664__253,620,000
>_________1992__#504____1,292,347__256,516,000
>_________1993__#527____1,364,881__259,131,000
>_________1994__#562____1,469,947__261,615,000
>_________1995__#598____1,577,842__264,061,000
>_________1996__#614____1,637,928__266,574,000
>_________1997__#645____1,734,538__269,118,000
>_________1998__#665____1,806,808__271,584,000
>_________1999__#690____1,890,837__274,024,000
>_________2000__#699____1,933,503__276,601,000
>Add_in_______________________________________
>138,184__2000__#737____2,071,687__280,930,000
>Juvenile,______#RATE______ALL_____Population.
>U.S.___________per______INMATES___U.S._and___
>Territories,___100,000____________Territories
>etc..__________population_________+4,329,000_
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>  http://members.fortunecity.com/multi19/rates.htm and
>  http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/glance/tables/corr2tab.htm and
>  http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/rel/icps/worldbrief/usa.html __
> The last link above is a clickable color-coded map of
state-by-state incarceration rates in the USA. Note that no
US state has a rate less than 200. Louisiana (1025) and
Texas (1014) have the highest rates in 1999. That is a full
1% of their populations incarcerated. 1 in every 136
residents in the United States and its Territories was
incarcerated at yearend 2000. Nationwide, it costs well over
$20,000 average per year for each inmate. "As of last June 30
[2000], there were 110 female inmates per 100,000
women in the U.S., compared to 1,297 per 100,000 men."
BJS quote above is from:
>  http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/press/pjim00pr.htm

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