What can we do?

United States, 1969

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Episode of Series “Drugs: the children are choosing”.
The final films in the series looks at three different approaches to communication between adults and young people as they attempt to make decisions about life and drug. Includes scenes with pre-teens, teenagers, and college students. Urges all avenues of communication to be opened. From the series: Drugs: the children are choosing.

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Joanne M Mock

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KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.)



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Drugs: the children are choosing

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Drugs: the children are choosing


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