After Prohibition: An Adult Approach to Drug Policies in the 21st Century

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Timothy Lynch
Cato Institute, 2000 - Political Science - 193 pages
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A collection of writing on the drug war debate, based on a Cato Institute conference of the same title, containing twelve essays by Cato employees, academics, drug-policy experts, and government officials.
 

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Contents

Tabula Rasa for Drug Policy
3
Its Time to Legalize Drugs
13
The Illegitimate War on Drugs
23
The Drug War and the Constitution
41
Militarized Law Enforcement The Drug Wars Deadly Fruit
61
Fight Back A Solution between Prohibition and Legalization
91
The War the Police Didnt Declare and Cant Win
119
Call Off the Hounds
127
Effects of the Drug War
141
Collateral Damage The WideRanging Consequences of Americas Drug War
147
Legalization Is the Prudent Thing to Do
171
Legalization Would Be a Mistake
179
CONTRIBUTORS
185
INDEX
187
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