Coca calendar 1979: a monument to the era when the "powder" was almost legal
It's hard to believe, but cocaine back in the 1970‑ies was not considered an absolute evil. Of course in the U.S., the turnover and the use of this dangerous drug was illegal, but not punishable by the fullest extent of the law as it is now. Proof of this can be "cocaine" calendar for 1979, who had recently been put up for sale by the London company Plan Books.
Vintage calendar was released in 1978 in San Francisco American edition Red Dog Productions, and can be considered a monument to the days when the cocaine belonged only frowned upon, as to alcohol or gambling.
This slogan accompanies this unusual lot the seller. In fact, for many Americans and Europeans, whose younger years were in the 60-70‑ies, the calendar may be a nice reminder of the era when there was a rock-n-roll, free love and great cars.
As for cocaine, it is better of the calendar with respect to this matter says the report, made in 1975 by experts DCDATF (Internal advice to drug abuse) US President Gerald Ford:
How could the country's best specialists on narcotic drugs more wrong? Cocaine Calendar 1979 – a monument to the confusion that has destroyed thousands of families and cost the lives and health of many people.
In the 70‑ies in the cocaine scandal has dragged the company "McDonald's" and all because of some cocaine spoon for coffee.
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