'Reefer Madness' The numbers reflected in the American economy often don't take into account a thriving black market, which may be responsible for as much as 10 percent of all transactions. Host Liane Hansen speaks with Atlantic Monthly correspondent Eric Schlosser, author of the new book Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market (Houghton Miffin, ISBN: 0618334661).
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The numbers reflected in the American economy often don't take into account a thriving black market, which may be responsible for as much as 10 percent of all transactions. Host Liane Hansen speaks with Atlantic Monthly correspondent Eric Schlosser, author of the new book Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market (Houghton Miffin, ISBN: 0618334661).