"This Executive Summary of the 1995 National Drug Control Strategy highlights the key points of President Clinton's plan to reduce illicit drug use and drug trafficking in the United States. First, it presents an overview of the Strategy that includes the Administration's principles for responding to the drug problem. Next, it outlines the current drug situation, providing the latest statistics on drug use, the consequences of such use, and illicit drug availability. Then it summarizes the Strategy's four Action Plans, which contain the Administration's vision of how the Nation can achieve its goals in the areas of demand reduction, domestic law enforcement, and international affairs. Finally, it presents Federal drug control resource priorities for Fiscal Year 1996."
National Criminal Justice Reference Service: http://www.ncjrs.gov/