I just picked up a copy of “Our Secret Plan: What Will Our Grandchildren Think of Us?” from DQ’s address to the Minnesota Social Investment Forum on June 7, 1993. My question is about the drug trade and the three-year plan.The part of the address I don’t understand is: “But all the hundreds of thousands of low-level links would have been forced to seek other forms of occupation. Similarly, in three years, the growers around the world who currently supply our appetite for drugs would have been forced into other activities.” Wouldn’t these people still be growing and producing drugs, only legally? If not, what about small farmer vs. corporate business?
Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!