High Times Of The Pulp Era


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Drug abuse is not a new problem in the United States.  The pulp era wrestled with the problem too, with many publications and novels telling the story of young women and young me who fell afoul the pushers and were enticed into a life of sin.

Here’s just a sampling of the high times of the Pulp Era:

by Bill Edwards

by Bill Fleming

by Gerald Gregg

by Howell Dodd

by Rafael DeSoto

by Raymond Johnson

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by Victor Seach

by Warren King

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3 responses to “High Times Of The Pulp Era

  1. With the Cartels pretty much controlling the border and the massive amounts of Fentanyl pouring into the country, an unfortunately timely selection. Good research.

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