THE WAR ON DRUGS IS A WAR ON FREEDOM

by Laurence M. Vance

119 pages--$9.95 (paperback)


A collection of nineteen essays on the constitutional, moral, philosophical, and practical aspects of the U.S. governmentís failed War on Drugs.

"This is not a book about the benefits of drugs; this is a book about the benefits of freedom. I neither use illegal drugs nor recommend their use to anyone else. I am even skeptical about the health benefits of most legal drugs. So why this book? Because I believe in freedom. I believe in individual liberty, private property, personal responsibility, a free market, a free society, and a government as absolutely limited as possible. I also believe that my perspective on this subject is unique." ~ From the Authorís Introduction

"Many of the articles in this book were originally published by The Future of Freedom Foundation, where I serve as president. . . . We were pleased to have published Laurence Vanceís powerful essays on the drug war when he originally submitted them to us, and we are just as pleased that they now form part of this powerful book, a book that should be read by every American who is concerned about the principles of morality, freedom, free markets, the Constitution, and limited government." ~ From the Foreword by Jacob G. Hornberger, Founder and President of the Future of Freedom Foundation

"I am in the business of defending personal liberty, and hence I read freedom-defending works almost every day. Laurence Vance has written one of the most compelling arguments for personal bodily autonomy I have read in many years." ~ Comments by Judge Andrew Napolitano of Fox News


Read the Table of Contents

Read the Introduction

Read the Foreword by Jacob G. Hornberger, Founder and President of the Future of Freedom Foundation

Read the review by David Gordon of the Ludwig von Mises Institute

Read the review published by The New American

Read the review published by LibertarianChristians.com

Read comments about the book by Judge Andrew Napolitano of Fox News

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