The War on Drugs: Who is Winning? Who is Losing?
Wednesday, June 21, 2000
For decades, the U. S. government has waged a relentless war on the use of marijuana, opiates, and other sub-stances. Yet, illicit drugs are today more plentiful than ever! Global in scope and costing untold billions of dollars, this war has produced mandatory bank deposit disclosures, government surveillance, civil asset forfeiture, over-crowded prisons, encryption software restrictions, rampant police and political corruption, and the wholesale trampling of constitutional liberties by the DEA, CIA, IRS, INS, and other agencies.
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