Exactly. This case could legitimize Wickard for the sake of so-called-morals. Wickard could easily be distinguished on the grounds that it was a wartime decision to protect the nation's wheat industry.
I'm going to make a flat-out statement here.
More damage has been done to our society by Budweiser (or Coors) and Phillip Morris (or American Tobacco) than marijuana has caused in 6,000 years.
posted on 12/17/2004 11:34:07 AM PST
(John, you said I was going to be the First Lady, as of now, you're on the couch . . .)
To: VaBarrister; scottybk
The original Agricultural Adjustment Act was passed in 1933, well before our involvement in the war. Even the revised Act was passed in 1938.
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