Joining the traditional rationalizations for state coercionGods will, the consent of the governed, and social justicecomes a fourth: coercion as treatment. Unlike theocracy, democracy , and socialism, however, pharmacracy has met little opposition.
|Other Independent Review articles by Thomas S. Szasz|
|Winter 2006||Defining Disease: The Gold Standard of Disease versus the Fiat Standard of Diagnosis|
|Spring 1997||The Case Against Psychiatric Coercion|