Life in the real world is rarely about absolutes. Most individuals don’t simply fall under “heroes” or “villains.” Choices are often set in gray rather than black or white areas. Even though the rest of the world operates along these natural gradients, a handful of public-policy activists are attempting to institute an “us versus them” attitude in our communities through our laws.Currently, the areas of public health and traffic safety best illustrate these circumstances.Very few Americans ...
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