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February 16, 2017

“Generational Forgetting” and Out of Fashion Drugs

Lloyd Johnston‘s term, “generational forgetting”, which describes how each generation forgets the dangers of out of fashion drugs, was cited in Vice. Richard Miech of Monitoring the Future said, “While one generation may have learned the hard way about the dangers of a specific drug… the next generation may have to learn the same lesson all over again.”

Read the article in Vice.