Brian Saady is a politically-independent author who has a healthy dose of criticism for both major political parties. The pages of his books are filled with eye-opening revelations that are backed up with extensive, academic-style documentation. Although some of the subject matter is complex and controversial, his expert analysis is easily digestible and it provides the necessary balance to inform both casual readers and devoted academics.
Brian is a freelance writer whose work focuses on corruption, crony capitalism, human rights, and civil liberties, among other issues. He has been published by a diverse group of news outlets that spans the full political spectrum, i.e. Centrist, Liberal, Conservative, Libertarian, Progressive, etc. That list includes The Palm Beach Post, CounterPunch, The American Conservative, AntiWar.com, Leafly, The Mises Institute, High Times, Blacklisted News, among others. He is also a special contributor to Gambling 911.
Much of the information provided in this powerful book by Brian Saady has never been published in the U.S. and it is absolutely stunning. This is must-read material for a full understanding of the human cost associated with America's war on drugs and the negative consequences are far more gruesome than you can imagine.
Decriminalized Prostitution is the third and final volume of Rackets. The conclusion of this book perfectly ties all three books together in a perfect ending for this incredibly impactful series. These books make an unquestionable argument in favor of decriminalizing drugs, gambling, and prostitution. More important, this series goes far beyond these issues and exposes the entire political system.
This three-book series, Rackets, presents the case for the legalization of drugs and gambling, along with the decriminalization of prostitution. It reveals the underlying corruption, hypocrisy, and abuses of power associated with the prohibition of these three vices.
This shows that the war on drugs is a microcosm of far greater systemic problems with criminal justice and politics.