WHEREAS, heroin addiction is spreading rapidly today, especially among the
younger generation and the poor; and
WHEREAS, the effort to control heroin addiction by outlawry and strict law
enforcement has not reduced heroin addiction, but, by making it extremely
profitable, has increased it many times; and
WHEREAS, this has led to a disastrous breakdown and corruption of our entire
law enforcement and judicial process and to a vast increase in street violence
and crime, jeopardizing the future existence of our metropolitan cities
BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1973 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist
Association urges the governments of the United States and Canada:
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