'drug prohibition'
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by wikipedia on 2005-05-01 21:05:51
Drug users exercised free will when they chose to use drugs; a person has the right to give up his or her own freedom.
by wikipedia on 2005-05-01 21:06:08
No drug exists which eliminates free will, although death is possible. It is possible to quit using any drug, even if it is unlikely.
by wikipedia on 2005-05-01 21:07:08
Many banned drugs are not addictive, or are significantly less deleterious to free will than legal alcohol or tobacco. Severe physiological addiction has been demonstrated for tobacco (stronger than cocaine), but no strong physiological addiction has been shown for marijuana. reference
by wikipedia on 2005-05-01 21:07:57
Society condones or promotes psychological addiction to other activities that may be harmful, including overwork or conspicuous consumption.

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