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NORML CONFERENCE
November 12-14, 1998
Washington, DC

Almost two hundred activists showed up to work for freedom against the oppressive "war on drugs" and to celebrate the success of recent medical marijuana initiatives--including in Washington, DC where even the major mayoral candidates supported the bill.   To frustrate the certain victory of the bill, Congress passed a bill refusing to free funds to pay for counting the votes--another example of the serfdom of D.C. residents. (Of whom I am one.) The matter is now before the courts.


Keith Stroup, who founded NORML in the 1970s, went off to work for the
National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, and returned
in the 1990s speaks before the assembly.


 Former attorney general Ramsey Clark speaks on
legalizatin, civil liberties and the U.S. sanctions against Iraq.
Clark is a civil suit attorney for David Koresh and other family members
in the Branch Davidians suits against the federal government.


 Carol Moore's "Non-Violent Consciousness" table.
I sold lots of copies of my book THE DAVIDIAN MASSACRE,
of non-violent action literature and of buttons sporting slogans like:
LET'S SMOKE POT, I SMOKE POT, LEGALIZE IT!!,
LEGALIZE MEDICAL MARIJUANA FOR PMS AND MENOPAUS,
IMPEACH THE BASTARD and IMPEACH CLINTON FOR NOT INHALING

For more informtion about NORML:  http://www.norml.org

For a copy of Carol Moore's The War on Drugs is a War on
Consciousness click here

Some Relevant Links

The Lycaeum:  Promoting altered states of consciousness.
Timothy Leary is dead but his official home page lives on and he's still communicating anti-authoritarian wise and witdom!
Robert Anton Wilson home page  Leary's good friend and another famous anarchist student of consciousness is still with us and challenging our lazy minds...
Terence McKenna ontological foundations of Shamanism, Ethnopharmacology of spiritual transformation, social criticism, new theories of the fractal dynamics of time.

Photos copyright Carol Moore 1998.  Photos may be used only with permission.