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Against Excess
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You set the price! Words: 186,050. Language: English. Published: March 14, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Public affairs
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Mark Kleiman cuts through the rhetoric of the war on drugs and the legalization debate to discuss the practical options to control a wide range of substances. Both drug-taking and drug-control can be done to excess, and "Against Excess" shows how we can limit the damage done by both errors. It argues we need a middle ground: "grudging toleration" -- neither prohibition nor full legal availability.
Is It Ever Okay To Steal?
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Price: Free! Words: 430. Language: English. Published: November 9, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Social Science / Politics & Government
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Have you ever taken what’s not rightfully yours? We’ve all been told stealing is bad, but many continue to steal. Some make excuses for stealing. Some steal without knowing they’re stealing. Does that make it alright? When, if ever, is it okay to steal?
A Conversation about Abortion Between Justice Blackmun and the Founding Fathers
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Price: Free! Words: 6,260. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Law » Family law
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On a dark night in Independence Hall, ghosts of the founding fathers gather to discuss with Justice Blackmun the Roe v Wade abortion opinion he penned in 1973. Using actual quotes from the founding fathers, this debate soundly refutes Blackmun's arguments from the Roe opinion, and shows that the founders would be greatly disturbed at the law regarding abortion in America today.
Gay Marriage is not Logical
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Price: Free! Words: 5,470. Language: English. Published: June 2, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Dysfunctional relationships
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Many people wrongly feel they should be 'tolerant' of gay marriage and not oppose it, even though it is not something they would do personally. This book explains the falsity of this notion. Gays won the legal right to be left alone in the 2003 case of Lawrence v. Texas. They are no longer on the defensive. Their goal with gay marriage is to proactively compel acceptance of gayness as normal.