Our Right to Drugs: The Case for a Freemarket

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In Our Right to Drugs, Thomas Szasz shows that our present drug war started at the beginning of this century, when the U.S. government first assumed the task of protecting people from patent medicines. By the end of World War I, however, the free market in drugs was but a dim memory, if that. Instead of dwelling on the familiar impracticality or unfairness of our drug laws, Szasz demonstrates the deleterious effects of prescription laws, which place people under lifelong medical tutelage. The result is that most Americans ...

Our Right to Drugs: The Case for a Freemarket 1996, Syracuse University Press

ISBN-13: 9780815603337

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