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Why Banning Smart Drugs for College Students Is Impossible, Evil

Why Banning Smart Drugs for College Students Is Impossible, Evil

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Should college students be allowed to take Adderall and Modafinil to improve their academic performance, or should universities treat these so-called '€œsmart drugs'€ the same way Major League Baseball treats steroids? I attended a debate on the subject at George Washington University last night, and came away convinced that banning smart drugs is not only impractical'€”it'€™s profoundly evil.