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Quotation by Harry J. Anslinger:

Not long ago the body of a young girl lay crushed on the sidewalk after a plunge from a Chicago apartment window. Everyone called it suicide, but actually it was murder. The killer was a narcotic known to America as marijuana, and to history as hashish..." —Harry J. Anslinger, Commissioner of the US Bureau of Narcotics, 1930 - 1962, in The American Magazine, July 1937.

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The red hairs on his J stand on end whenever he calls God a dope Dealer

Country: United States

Type: Prose
Context: Unknown
Context Details: sworn testi-lying to United States Senate Ways and Means Committee, 1937 http://www.economicexpert.com/a/Harry:Anslinger.htm
Source: Congressional Record
Uttered: 7

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