By Vince McLeod
This can be a publication for individuals drawn to hashish legislations reform. It includes 3 components. the 1st is an exam of the stairs worthwhile for founding, development and conserving a hashish legislation reform get together, equivalent to middle values, club, fundraising and media. the second one is a dialogue of the arguments for hashish legislations reform and the way to counter the arguments opposed to it. The 3rd seems at tips to take your social gathering into conflict to struggle opposed to hashish prohibition. be aware: this isn't a publication approximately deciding to buy, promoting, generating or eating hashish. it is just for these attracted to altering the failed coverage of hashish prohibition.
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The wonder of it is that three guys at a pub who agree that something should be done about cannabis prohibition can be the first flicker of ground power. The next step is to agitate for cannabis law reform, then run a candidate for a local body election, then for a state election, and so on up. The main difference between the two is that, just like in conventional warfare, air power is useless unless it is followed up with ground troops. If the party is flooded with support and volunteers after a mass media campaign, it is crucial that they become involved with the party structure enough so that they can become effective activists themselves.
For anyone to hold any role within the party structure, they must at least be able to show that they are a member, and only the Membership Secretary and the Secretary will be able to confirm this. The second reason is that the membership records are, in practice if not in theory, mostly a list of criminals, as well as contact details and physical addresses of those criminals. For this reason they are of considerable financial value to certain interests. Agents of the police force might be interested in such a record, as might people who wish to use it to sell cannabis.
If new member declares on their membership application that they have a special policy interest, these people can then be contacted should the party wish to make a submission on a certain area. Finally there are lists of members for any other reason that it might be advantageous to keep a list. There could be any number of such lists, and reasons for them will increase as the party grows and as an election approaches. Any member not on one of the above lists is a passive member. They are there to pay subs and for the chance that they might become active at some point in the future.