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Paternalism: Drugs

by: Jocelyn Rossell

Paternalism: Drugs POLISCI 4331

Jocelyn Rossell
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United Nations System
Alexander Thompson

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Lecture 11/17- Drugs from Wilson, Friedman and Smith
United Nations System
Alexander Thompson
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Date Created: 11/17/15
Drugs Legalization and Prohibition James Wilson quotAgainst the Legalization of Drugsquot Against legalization Samuel Friedman Liberalism and the Rights of Drug Usequot Weird liberal argument for prohibition of certain drugs Paul Smith quotDrugs Morality and the Lawquot Strong antidrug no argument to justify prohibition most if not all can be legal Arguments Harm others Wilson 0 Neglect family 0 Steal to support drug habit o Hurts economy lowers productivity 0 Health care costs overdose accidents Not all harms made illegal Smith 0 Harm done by current illegal drugs Drugs overall 0 Feel good 0 Prohibiting drugs treats symptom not disease If paternalistic as possible legalize everything But if doing prohibition why not make everything illegal Is there a principal distinction 0 Wide use of alcohol 0 Cultural and social 0 Informal and formal Friedman Against cocaine and heroin These substances make you a different person and ruins your inside and soul Tobacco and cocaine doesn t harm as much The heavy drugs dehumanize a person Decriminalization How would kid react Ruin his childhood won t want to engage 0 View of Smith 0 Regulate behavior


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