Peter Alexander McWilliams (5 August 1949 – 14 June 2000) was an American self-help author who advocated for the legalization of marijuana.
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Memorial site using domain of McWiliams' former personal site; includes biographical information and links to books, CD's and videos
Web site created and maintained by McWilliams during his medical marijuana trial, now hosted by DrugSense; includes his writings about drug legalization from Dec 1997 to commentary shortly before his death
Includes picture, biographical/memorial article, quotes from McWilliams and remembrance quotes from other libertarians
Tribute to McWilliams, relates his life from 1996 until his death in June 2000, from being unable to use marijuana to alleviate the nausea caused by AIDS and cancer drugs
Memorial essay, discussing how and why McWilliams died as well as Buckley's personal recollections of their friendship
Contents: Part I: The Basic Premise - Part II: Why Laws Against Consensual Activities are not a Good Idea - Part III: A Closer Look at the Consensual Crimes - Part IV: Six Chapters in Search of a Shorter Book - Part V: What To Do?
Contents: Part One: Introduction To Life - Part Two: Advanced Tools For Eager Learners - Part Three: Master Teachers In Disguise - Part Four: Tools For Successful Doers - Part Five: To Have Joy And To Have It More Abundantly
Partial contents: Self-Love vs. Romantic Love - Self-Love vs. Selfishness - Self-Knowledge - Self-Improvement - Sex - Depression - Committing to Your Dream—and Keeping That Commitment - Power-Point Relationships - Laughter—The Shortcut to Self-Love
The introductory paragraph uses material from the Wikipedia article "Peter McWilliams" as of 25 Jun 2018, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.