Ain't nobody's business if you do: the absurdity of consensual crimes in a free society

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Prelude Press, 1993 - Law - 815 pages
24 Reviews
A refresher course on rights and personal freedom. What is your position on prostitution, pornography, gambling and other victimless crimes? This book will make readers consider their rights and the rights of others in a more humanistic and caring way. (Prelude Press)

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Review: Ain't Nobody's Business if You Do: The Absurdity of Consensual Crimes in a Free Society

User Review  - Andrea Ta-wil - Goodreads

Required reading for Christian Leftists, Humanists, proponents of the separation between church and state, drug prohibitionists, Libertarians, and anyone else who wants to learn how moral opposition to an act is not mutually exclusive with supporting the legalization of the act. Read full review

Review: Ain't Nobody's Business if You Do: The Absurdity of Consensual Crimes in a Free Society

User Review  - Jacob Manalan - Goodreads

A nice treatise on consensual crimes, with specific examples of unjust demonstrations of them. However, spends a lot of time just raking Surgeon General Kessler over the coals. Most of his attacks at the FDA are really about Kessler. Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Peter McWilliams, born in Detroit in 1949, attended Eastern Michigan University and Maharishi International University where he studied under Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. McWilliams writes poetry and books on personal growth. His titles include "Come Love with Me" and "Be My Life" (poetry), "Surviving the Loss of a Love," "You Can't Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought: A Book for People With any Life-Threatening Illness," "Portraits" (a personal photographic anthology), and "How to Heal Depression.

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