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- A Counterblaste to Tobacco, by James I of England and VI of Scotland in 1604
- On Tobacco, by Thomas Browne
- The Confession of a Reformed Smoker, as it appeared in Popular Science
- The Effects of Beer Upon Those Who Make and Drink It, 1886 by G. Thomann
- The Physiological Action of Drugs, 1901 by M. S. Pembrey and C. D. F. Phillips
- Executive Order 12383, 1982 order by Ronald Reagan specifying which drugs could lead to a court-martial in the Armed Forces.
- Presidential Radio Address - 2 October 1982, 1982 joint address by Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan referring to a "war on drugs"
- Presidential Radio Address - 30 June 1984, 1984 joint address by Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan on student drug use
- Proclamation 5562, 1986 order by Ronald Reagan announcing "Crack/Cocaine Awareness Month"
- Proclamation 5537, 1986 address by Ronald Reagan announcing "National Drug Abuse Education and Prevention Week"
- Presidential Radio Address - 16 January 1988, 1988 address by Ronald Reagan on declining cocaine use
- Statement of CIA Inspector General to The House Committee On Intelligence - March 16, 1998, 1988 analysis of the CIA's role in drug-smuggling
- Presidential Radio Address - 1 March 1997, 1997 address by Bill Clinton against the use of drugs by children
- Presidential Radio Address - 12 September 1998, 1998 address by Bill Clinton against the use of drugs by children
- Proclamation 7489, 2001 order by George W. Bush announcing "National Red Ribbon Week for a Drug-Free America"
- Kyllo v. United States, 2001 U.S. Supreme Court case ruling that thermal imaging of a grow operation was a visual observation, not a search.
- Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, 1821 by Thomas de Quincey
- The opium revenue (1875) by William Muir
- Opium and its Antidote, as it appeared in the March 1878 Popular Science Monthly
- Report on the Need for the Suppression of the Opium Traffic in Canada, 1908 by William Lyon Mackenzie King
- International Opium Convention, 1912
- Poisons of the Intelligence-Chloroform, as it appeared in the April 1878 Popular Science Monthly
- Consciousness Under Chloroform, as it appeared in the October 1878 Popular Science Monthly
- The Use of Narcotics, as it appeared in the September 1875 Popular Science Monthly
- Chloral and Other Narcotics I, as it appeared in the August 1879 Popular Science Monthly
- Why Do Men Stupefy Themselves?, 1888 essay by Leo Tolstoy condemning the use of alcohol and narcotics.
- Proclamation 7496, 2001 order by George W. Bush announcing "National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Prevention Month"