1. Flaherty, Mary Pat. Prescription-drug abuse “epidemic.” Seattle Times, July 8, 2005.
2. Mindus, D. Behind the Neo-Prohibition Campaign: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Washington, DC: The Center for Consumer Freedom, 2003 (http://www.consumerfreedom.com/report_rwjf.cfm)
3. A CASA of cards, www.abionline.org/news_article.cfm?ID=48
4. Shea, C. In drug-policy debates, a center at Columbia U. takes a hard line. Chronicle of Higher Education, 1997, 44(6), A15-17
5. The Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth. Out of Control: Alcohol Advertising Taking Aim at America's Youth - A Report on Alcohol Advertising in Magazines. Washington, DC: The Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth, 2002. The Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth is sometimes called the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth at Georgetown University.
6. American Council on Science and Health. Deceptive Practices Undermine Credibility of Consumer Group. American Council on Science and Health press release, June 22, 1998. www.acsh.org/press/release/deceptivepractices062298.html/.
7. Alcohol Policies Project section of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) web site.
8. Dresty, John. Neo-prohibition. The Chronicle, May 12, 2005; Candy Lightner has emphasized the importance of distinguishing between alcohol and drinking on one hand and drunk driving on the other. (MADD as hell and not going to take it anymore. Broadcasting, 1985, April, 108, 58).
9. See Alcohol and Health (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/AlcoholAndHealth.html)
10. AMA web site.
11. See Center for Substance Abuse Prevention : What You Didn’t Know (http://www.alcoholfacts.org/CSAPWhatYoudidntKnow.html#Note1)
12. See The Marin Institute: An Anti-Alcohol Activist Group (http://www.alcoholfacts.org/MarinInstitute.html)
13. Murphy, Stacie (national president of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence). Alcohol prevention: Staying ahead of the wave. Guidance Channel e-zine, December, 2004.
14. Alcohol Policies Project section of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) web site.
15. Thalman, J. Alcohol is not big draw for games. Desert News, June 14, 2001.
16. Califano, Jr., Joseph A. Inside. NY: Public Affairs, 2004, p. 464.
17. Shea, C. In drug-policy debates, a center at Columbia U. takes a hard line. Chronicle of Higher Education, 1997, 44(6), A15-17
18. Center for Science in the Public Interest: Overview. Activist Cash web site.
19. Robert N. Proctor, Robert N. The Nazi War Against Cancer. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999, p. 120.
20. An even more accurate headline would have been “Binge Drinking Continues Unabated among the Significantly Declining Proportion of Drinkers on U.S. College Campuses.”
21. See, for example, Alcohol Advertising (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/Advertising.html)
22. Hoover, E. Binge Drinking: Henry Wechsler has Defined the Student Drinking Problem, for Better or Worse. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2002, 49 (11), p. 11A. Available at http://chronicle.com/free/v49/i11/11a03401.htm).
23. Perkins, H. Wesley and Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Harvard Study of Social norms Deserves “F” Grade for Flawed Research Design. National Social Norms Resource Center, 2003. Can be viewed at Study of Social Norms Deserves “F” Grade.
24. See Binge Drinking (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/BingeDrinking.html)
25. Schuckit, Marc A. The editor responds. The Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1998, 123-124.
26. Dimeff, Linda A., Kilmer, Jason, Baer, John S., and Marlatt, G. Alan. To the editor. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1998, 273(24), 1903-1904.
27. For more, visit Binge Drinking (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/BingeDrinking.html)
28. For more, visit Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth: It’s Goals and Methods (http://www.alcoholfacts.org/CAMY.html)
29. Sometimes people under the age of 21 are even called babies! See, for example, Selling Booze to Our Babies (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/Controversies/1064429671.html)
30. See Federal Agencies: Prohibitionist Approach to Alcohol (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/Controversies/1044534810.html)
31. Hanson, David J. Alcohol Education: What We Must Do. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.
32. Alcohol Policies Project section of Center for Science in the Public Interest web site.
33. Hanson, David J. Alcohol Education: What We Must Do. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.
34. New York State Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse. Don't be fooled. (Poster) Albany, NY: New York State Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, n.d.
35. Center for substance Abuse Prevention Communications Team. Technical Assistance Bulletin: You Can Avoid Common Errors as You Develop Prevention Materials. Washington DC: National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information, 1994 (www.health.org/pubs/makepub/tab8.htm).
36. Hanson, David J. Preventing Alcohol Abuse: Alcohol, Culture and Control. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1995.
37. Hanson, David J. Alcohol Education: What We Must Do. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996. See also National Prohibition in the United States (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/Controversies/1091124904.htm)
38. Coalitions Against Underage Drinking (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/YouthIssues/1059141224.html)
39. Coalitions Against Underage Drinking (http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/YouthIssues/1059141224.html)
40. Mothers Against drunk Driving (MADD) web site and numerous MADD press releases over a period of years.
41. Curley, Bob. Group seeks removal of Alcohol Ads from Boston Subway. Join Together , June 17, 2005.
42. Center for Consumer Freedom. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Neo-Prohibitionist Agenda, April, 2003 (www.consumerfreedom.com/print_page.cfm&type=headline&id=1868)
43. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Financier of Temperance (http://www.alcoholfacts.org/RWJfoundation.html)