This play was written for a junior undergraduate college class to highlight the best arguments against and for drug legalization. The perspective comes from a deontological ethical perspective as well as a consequential ethical perspective. The play considers all moral codes and the high demand for drug legalization (all polls show that the majority of people in the world are in favor, especially for medical usage of marijuana). There are oppositions, but this play provides the best arguments from both sides.
I am a nonbiased, neutral writer and wrote this with the purpose of replicating the most common arguments that will come up during a debate on marijuana. This play could be a great school play and maybe help some politicians become better at debating politics. I have a bachelor's degree in business administration and an associate's degree in business management technology. This qualifies as a scholarly essay.
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Great points made by both sides!
Yes, especially around people who are very passionate about the subject at hand.
The narrator did a great job of being non biased throughout the whole audiobook.
Waste of money? or Waste of Timer? BOTH!
The computer from "War Games"
Have the book read by a human, rather than a voice synthesizer.
Granted, it's cheap. But WOW. This is impossible to listen to. I'd rather listen to someone in an Old Folks Home discussing the political acumen of Donald Trump.