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How Americans Said No To Cocaine After Years-Long Addiction

The drug war was in full swing in the '80s, and cocaine was practically everywhere. But use of the drug has fallen by almost half since 2006, and production is also down significantly. So how did the U.S. kick the habit? Experts say cocaine has lost its luster — oh, and policy may have made a difference, too.

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