Anthony Daniels

No Magic Pills

Legalize: The Only Way to Combat Drugs


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By a curious paradox, no politician dares propose legalisation as the solution to the drug problem and no intellectual or celebrity will propose anything else. Both groups have to look to their constituencies: the first fears to lose votes, the second caste. Since only those who belong to one group or the other ever discuss the problem, there results a dialogue of the deaf. I think this will continue for the foreseeable future. 

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