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1. "Power Plants",Metthew Brace; Geographical, Vol. 73, March 2001

2. "Troubling Fields: The Opium Poppy in Egypt", Joseph J. Hobbs; The Geographical Review, Vol. 88, 1998

3. Opium and its alkaloids American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education July 1, 2002 Schiff, Paul L Jr

4."Opium", The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004 Page 35263

5. "Opium: A History", Martin H. Levinson; ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Vol. 55, 1998

6.The Origins of Heroin Drug Education Library: Heroin January 1, 2003

7. "Cultural History of Plants",Mark Nesbitt, Sir Ghillean Prance; Routledge, 2004 page 221

8. "Heroin Century",Tom Carnwath, Ian Smith; Routledge, 2002 Page 5-6

9 . "A Reference Companion to the History of Abnormal Psychology", Vol. 2 John G. Howells, M. Livia Osborn; Greenwood Press, 1984 Page 694

10. "Dictionary of World Biography: The Ancient World Vol. 1",Frank N. Magill; Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998 Page 174

11. "Dictionary of World Biography: The Ancient World Vol. 1",Frank N. Magill; Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998 Page 83

12. "Drugs in South Asia: From the Opium Trade to the Present Day", M. Emdad-Ul Haq; Macmillan, 2000 page 13

13. "Drugs in South Asia: From the Opium Trade to the Present Day", M. Emdad-Ul Haq; Macmillan, 2000 page 13

14. Dictionary of World Biography: The Ancient World Vol. 1, Frank N. Magill; Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998 page 340

15. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004 Page 27442

16. "Opium and Empire: Some Evidence from Colonial-Era Asian Stock and Commodity Markets.(Statistical Data Included)", Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, June 1, 2001 Bailey, Warren; Truong, Lan

17. "This imperious company: the English East India Company and its Legacy for Corporate Accountability.(Company overview)", The Journal of Corporate Citizenship, March 22, 2007, Robins, Nick

18. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004 Page 14814

19. "Opium and Foreign Policy: The Anglo-American Search for Order in Asia", 1912-1954, William O. Walker III; University of North Carolina Press, 1991 Page 4

20. "Drugs in South Asia: From the Opium Trade to the Present Day,", M. Emdad-Ul Haq; Macmillan, 2000 Page 19

21. "Opium and the beginnings of Chinese capitalism in Southeast Asia." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, June 1, 2002, Trocki, Carl A.

22. "Modern China and Opium: A Reader", M. Emdad-Ul Haq; Pacific Affairs, Vol. 76, 2003

23. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004 page 35264

24. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004 Page 35264

25. "Modern China and Opium: A Reader" M. Emdad-Ul Haq; Pacific Affairs, Vol. 76, 2003

26. "Opium" A. Alvarez; American Scholar, Vol. 70, Spring 2001

27. "War Addiction in Thomas De Quincey's the English Mail-Coach", Timothy Ziegenhagen; Wordsworth Circle, Vol. 35, 2004

28. "Drugs and Drug Policy in America: A Documentary History", Steven R. Belenko; Greenwood Press, 2000 Page 2

29. "Drugs and Drug Policy in America: A Documentary History", Steven R. Belenko; Greenwood Press, 2000 Page 11

30. "Heroin Century", Tom Carnwath, Ian Smith; Routledge, 2002 Page 6

31. "Drugs and Drug Policy in America: A Documentary History", Steven R. Belenko; Greenwood Press, 2000 Page 6

32. "What's Legal and What's Not: The Regulation of Opiates in 1912", Robert J. Michaels; Economic Inquiry, Vol. 30, 1992 Page 706