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

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Prelude Press, 1996 - Law - 692 pages
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As an adult, you should be able to do with your own person or property whatever you choose, so long as you don't harm the person or property of another.

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

User Review  - Matt Asher - Goodreads

A good introduction to exactly what the cover says, the absurdity of consensual crimes in a free country. Fun and enlightening, though it's sad that McWilliams became a martyr to his own cause. Read full review

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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

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Contents

An Overview
3
Governmental Morality
30
Relationship
36
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

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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