Drug War, Drug Peace | Ethan Nadelmann

08.03.2016 - By Bioneers: Democracy, Human Rights and the Rights of Nature

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The world's leading proponent of sane drug policies asks us to imagine a world in which criminal laws and institutions play little role in drug control policy. What do we risk? What do we gain? What do we fear? And what can we do?

This talk was presented at the 2012 Bioneers Annual Conference.

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