in 2010, Hoam Rogh published Satan’s Smoke and it sold out fairly quickly, the next year its author became a bank lawyer and stopped promoting the work to get a job and pay off law school debt – in 2020, it’s back.
Topics Covered In The Book
The legal history of marijuana prohibition in the United States & Why it’s unconstitutional.
The Marihuana Tax Stamp Act of 1937 falsely changed the name from cannabis to marijuana and used newspaper’s to spread lies.
Industrial hemp threatened newspaper, petrolum and other interests of conglomerates.
By 1970, the focus had shifted to control of the counter culture hippies and to control groups that threatened Law & Order Dick Nixon.
Rational Basis with Bite
The enforcement of the cannabis ban has a disproportionate impact on black and brown people and poor neighboorhoods.
One of the characters uses medical marijuana to benefit his hard to treat MS demonstrating the hypocrisy of the weed laws.
Hoam Rogh wrote the book in his first year of practicing law, he’d research the constitutionality of the law and put it in the book.
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This is a story, based on the truth behind cannabis prohibition, and the one hypothetical case that could put an end to it all. I loved it.
Previously titled "Satan's Smoke," this novel, both comedic as well as informative, should not be confused by virtue of its name to be a rather stuffy synopsis on an existent court case.
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