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An Argument for the Legalization of Drugs, Based on John Stuart Mills' "Revised Harm Principle" An Argument for the Legalization of Drugs, Based on John Stuart Mills' "Revised Harm Principle"

The question of whether or not to legalize certain drugs has been debated for decades. Although opponents have thus far ....

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.... record for the buyer. This can have a devastating effect on his family, his lifestyle, and his career. The effects on society as a whole include more crowded jail cells (prompting politicians to demand more jails be built), higher taxes to support these jails, and the loss, or at least diminution, of a productive citizen. In order to buy drugs illegally, the user may be forced to expose himself to the fringes of the criminal world--something he would never do under any other circumstances. If drugs were legalized, the criminal stigma would ....

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