Author: Michael Cust

The Libertarian Case for Decriminalization

A free-market in drugs is a social state of affairs where any individual would be free to produce, trade, or consume drugs free of any regulation or taxation and that the sole the purpose of government (in so far as drugs are concerned) would be to protect her in the possession of her drugs (and/or the means of production necessary to produce them) and to mediate any disputes she might have regarding her drugs. In this essay, I explain what it would mean to establish a free-market in drugs in Canada.

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