Two timely essays for anyone who, like myself, ponders the gaping contradictions to be found within a liberal "prohibitionist" movement: in the war on drugs, drinking, and for some, sexual activity; and for those who reflect on the implications of extending the powers of law enforcenment, family courts, and social workers, by extension of this prohibitionistic tendency. A police state we are not, but something needs to change. . . Anthony Henman: Is there A Politics of anti-Prohibitionism?
and What are the rights , if any, of smokers in the new Liberal Prohibition movement: