Strategic realism

I’m going to try a new approach here, prompted by what I read as concern in the psychedelic sector media about the prospect of market capture through intellectual property rights (which I assume could be a collaborative efforts to some degree among the pharmaceutical interests, governmental prohibitionists, and conservative social actors).

I don’t know if anyone is speaking in these terms yet but here it is:
Neither the cannabis legacy market/movement nor the psychedelic legacy market/movement (in which I, as a cold, Generation X political science student, include psychedelic-affiliated spiritual practices) will succeed – or perhaps survive – if they do not unite.

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