The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the publication of Pharmacy in History vol. 60, no. 3 (2018).
Table of Contents:
“Love Him and Let Him Go”: The American Colonization Society's James Brown—Pioneering African-American Apothecary in the United States and Liberia, 1802–1853, Part I—The United States, by Gregory Bond
The Rise and Fall of the Pain Killer, by James G. Gamble and Jamison G. Gamble
Assassin of Youth: A Kaleidoscopic History of Harry J. Anslinger's War on Drugs by Alexandra Chasin
Review by: Lucas Richert
When Good Drugs Go Bad: Opium, Medicine, and the Origins of Canada's Drug Laws by Dan Malleck
Review by: Shelley McKellar
Drug Wars: How Big Pharma Raises Prices and Keeps Generics off the Market by Robin Feldman, Evan Frondorf
Review by: Scott H. Podolsky
Generic: The Unbranding of Modern Medicine by Jeremy Greene
Review by: Duane M. Kirking
Pharmacy in History seeks articles and research notes on all aspects of the history of pharmacy, broadly defined. Please see the submission guidelines for Pharmacy in History.
Gregory Bond, Assistant/Managing Editor, Pharmacy in History