AFF-Chicago welcomes David Boaz of the CATO Institute
- Government & Politics
- Sullivan's Steakhouse, Chicago IL
John Stossel says, "This is the film that needed to be made."
People all around the world are increasingly realizing that drug prohibition has failed to achieve its goals. Drug use rates have not declined and drugs are more available—and cheaper—than ever before. At the same time, the drug war has resulted in a long list of unintended consequences: militarization of law enforcement, the imprisonment of hundreds of thousands of non-violent people and more than 60,000 homicides in Mexico.
AMERICA’S LONGEST WAR tells the stories of some of the countless victims of the drug war and points to a viable alternative approach to drug policy.
On Tuesday, October 29th, AFF-Chicago will present a special screening of AMERICA'S LONGEST WAR, at the Lake Street Screening Room (70 East Lake Street). Doors open at 6pm and the film will begin at 6:30.
The mission of America’s Future Foundation is to identify and develop the next generation of conservative and libertarian leaders.
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