Drug Legalization: For and Against

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Rod L. Evans, Irwin M. Berent
Open Court Publishing, 1992 - 331 páginas
Should drugs be legalized? A few years ago this question was not taken seriously by mainstream opinion, but more recently an increasing number of leading figures have spoken out for legalization, and polls show that a growing percentage of the public favors legalization. This book gives a fair and balanced presentation of both sides in the debate over drug legalization, as well as some of the intermediate positions. It contains the most important articles to have appeared from the beginning of the legalization controversy and clearly sets out all the key arguments on both sides. - Back cover.
 

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excellent book

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Foreword by Linus Pauling
1
THE CASE FOR LEGALIZATION
19
The Economist versus
47
PROLEGALIZATION ARGUMENTS REVIEWED AND REJECTED
63
IS THERE AN ANSWER?
77
WERE LOSING THE DRUG WAR BECAUSE PROHIBITION
91
Is there a Right
99
GETTING A FIX ON THE PROBLEM AND
123
STATEMENT OF STEVEN WISOTSKY BEFORE THE SELECT
181
Two Scientists
229
THE DECLINE OF DRUGGED NATIONS
247
The Views of
253
TESTIMONY OF DAVID F MUSTO FOR THE SELECT
269
A Conservative and a Liberal View
277
HalfMeasures? Some Proposals between the Extremes
291
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WHY PROLONG
157

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