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Lions Roar : September 2008
41 SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2008 BY BARRY BOYCE IN 1988, Kurt Schmoke, the young firebrand mayor of Balti- more, shocked the U.S. Conference of Mayors by proposing the decriminalization of drugs. Advocating an approach he would come to call “medicalization,” Schmoke argued that drugs ought to be a matter of public health, not law enforcement. Schmoke’s radical—and compassionate—attempt to demilitarize the war on drugs earned him the label “the most dangerous man in America” and ruined his political career. In a fictional treatment PAINTINGS BY JACK BISHOP Why We Need New Ways of Thinking COMPLEXITY CHAOS COLLAPSE COMMUNITY CREATIVITY COMPASSION SEPT 40-47.indd 41 SEPT 40-47.indd 41 7/3/08 1:31:00 PM 7/3/08 1:31:00 PM