b'7Opinions Throughout History: Drug Use & Abuse OPINIONSThe large font, wide margins and generous use of images will appeal to many readers. Recommended.ARBAThis volume of Opinions Throughout History provides a detailed history of the drugs that have garnered the most attention from the American public, beginning with the opium epidemic of the 1800s up to the opioid crisis of the present day. Issues discussed include media coverage of various drug epidemics, legislation, and the creation of such federal organizations as the FDA and the DEA. The role of physicians in prescribing potentially dangerous and addictive drugs to treat medical conditions and to treat addictions to other drugs is explored, as well as the often unscrupulous marketing efforts of pharmaceutical companies. This volume tracks the changing national views on drug use with careful and considered analysis. Each chapter includes a valuable introduction and conclusion, a bulleted list of topics covered, a reprint of a particularly significant primary or secondary source document, detailed analysis and commentary of that document, images and photographs, and discussion questions.November 2018|754 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-68217-724-2|$195Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press PlatformOpinions Throughout History: Gender: Roles & RightsEffectively explores the complexities of the topic in a way that high school students will find accessible.School Library Journal Starred ReviewThis volume tracks the changing national views on gender roles, gender rights and gender politics in American society, with each chapter providing insightful commentary on a selected primary source. Issues discussed include historic patterns of gender balance, religions role in community organization, feminisms impact on defining gender roles for men and women at home and in the workplace, family-centered social policy, the backlash against progressive gender politics, the gender pay parity movement, and the passionate activism of #MeToo as a response to corporate and government workplace sexual harassment. Gender: Roles & Rights provides an essential resource for history and social studies research and an accessible commentary on the ways in which the idea of gender roles and rights have evolved. Each chapter includes a valuable introduction and conclusion, a bulleted list of topics covered, a reprint of a particularly significant primary or secondary source document, detailed analysis and commentary of that document, images and photographs, and discussion questions.September 2018|804 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-68217-951-2|$195Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press PlatformOpinions Throughout History: ImmigrationA useful resource for students, debaters, and anyone who wishes to be well informed onthese issues.ARBAAs the country grows and expands to accommodate new waves of immigrants, this volume explores the tension between welcoming newcomers and seeing their value to the nascent nation and rejecting immigrants and the strains ofanti-immigration thought in American society. Issues discussed include historic patterns of immigration from Ellis Island to the Homestead Act, fear of immigration and the Chinese Exclusion Act, racism and immigration law, the establishment of quotas, eminent domain, the War on Terror, displaced persons and refugees as well as border patrol. The volume explores both the polarized opinions and current flashpoints in immigration including the merits of the HB1 visa, the travel ban from predominantly Muslim nations, the proposed border wall and the future of immigrants who came to the U.S. as children. Immigration provides an essential resource for history and social studies research and an accessible commentary on the ways in which immigration opinion and policy have evolved and will continue to evolve. Each chapter includes a valuable introduction and conclusion, a bulleted list of topics covered, a reprint of a particularly significant primary or secondary source document, detailed analysis and commentary of that document, images and photographs, and discussion questions. May 2018|856 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-68217-722-8|$195Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press PlatformOpinions Throughout History:National Security vs. Civil & Privacy RightsEach chapter details a specific legal debate, controversy, law enactment, or supreme court decision a timely reference work with a wealth of historical information and detail on these topics. ARBAOpinions Throughout History: National Security vs. Civil & Privacy Rights couldnt come at a better time in history. This volume offers a sweeping overview of the shifting tensions and public opinions fueled by Americans expectations of privacy vs. their collective desire for national security. This volume illustrates the dramatic shift of opinion, sparked by significant events, including perceived Communist threat, the publication of George Orwells Nineteen Eighty-Four, 9/11, and the rash of recent terrorist attacks all around the world. Coverage includes domestic spying, Apples refusal to help with back door access of the iPhone, and the differences between President Obamas and President Trumps surveillance policies. Readers will read first hand of the current challenges to both privacy and national security that pit fears of an emerging surveillance state against a need for national security in a dangerous world. Each chapter includes a valuable introduction and conclusion, a bulleted list of topics covered, a reprint of a particularly significant primary or secondary source document, detailed analysis and commentary of that document, images and photographs, and discussion questions. March 2018|727 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-68217-720-4|$195Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press PlatformeBooks are also available - visit www.greyhouse.com for more information(800) 562-2139 GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.greyhouse.com'