The Damage From the War on Drugs
Radley Balko outlines the collateral damage from the War on Drugs in a new article at Culture 11.
Prohibition militarizes police, enriches our enemies, undermines our laws, and condemns our sick to suffering.
There's also the enormous economic cost of prosecution and imprisonment and, as Radley points out: [More...]
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