The New Prohibitionism: The Movement to Regulate Personal Behavior by Robert W. McGee :: SSRN

This paper applies economic analysis and rights theory to the movement of governments to regulate personal behavior in the areas of alcohol, tobacco and food consumption, free speech, gun ownership, sex, the body as property, the right to work. Utilitarianism and rights theory are also discussed.

Source: The New Prohibitionism: The Movement to Regulate Personal Behavior by Robert W. McGee :: SSRN

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