The Dangers of ‘Public Health’

Slippery slopes mar the whole history of public health, from the eugenics movement’s forced sterilization to the Nazi drift or, if one wishes softer examples, from the treatment of the insane to Prohibition, to the current harassment of smokers, and to the partial nationalization of “public” places. Despite some reversals, the slope is as slippery as it ever was.

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