Andy Turnbul

Andy Turnbul

Andy Turnbul

Andy Turnbull has worked as reporter, photographer and desk-man on several daily newspapers, has been editor of two weekly papers and of three trade magazines and is the author of a couple of books by commercial publishers. His free-lance articles have appeared in the Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Evening Telegram, Toronto Sun, Star Weekly, Weekend, The Canadian, Maclean's, Canadian Business, Reader's Digest and other magazines in Canada, Japan Times in Japan, Spotlight, Spot-On and Fernfahrer in Germany.

Barnum's Law, by Andy Turnbul

If it were not tragic it would be amusing to compare the drug problem in United States, where tens of thousands of the policemen and civil servants owe their jobs to the drug trade, with The Netherlands, where marijuana is tolerated.
A pamphlet published in 2002 by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs compares figures from the United States National Household Survey of 1997 with a study of drug use in Holland.

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