Anthony Gregory Interviewed on Antiwar RadioAntiwar
Oct. 23, 2011
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Anthony Gregory, Editor in Chief of Campaign for Liberty, discusses the arguments bound to convince social conservatives that ending the War on Drugs – if not outright legalization – is the best course of action; why a free society would choose family/community solutions to social problems (like drug addiction) instead of creating a police state that makes everything worse; getting the federal government out of the drug business and letting states regulate, like they do with alcohol and tobacco; why drug potency tends to increase during times of prohibition; and why ending the War on Drugs would be among the greatest advances to individual liberty imaginable.