A dispassionate battering

Eugene Volokh batters John Kerry dispassionately for his New York Times Magazine analogies: “It seems to me that our attitudes towards what is a not deeply threatening level of terrorism (which, I agree, is more than zero) should be vastly different from our attitudes towards what would be a tolerable level of prostitution or illegal gambling. And the difference is so great that I wonder whether the person who makes such an analogy is missing something big.”

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