If “policy is a product,” why can’t we choose not to buy?

January 24, 2011
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Speaking on the USA’s drug laws, Tom McLellan, the former deputy director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy under President Obama, said:

“Policy is really a product. And like a product, policy can be made better with experimentation and honest evaluation, rather than stupid polemic polarization of ideology.”

Which brings to mind the eternal question from Marc Stevens at the No State Project:

“Should a product or service be provided at the barrel of a gun?”

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