Dutch Tolerance: On Drugs, Prostitution, and Euthanasia

@article{Buruma2007DutchTO,
  title={Dutch Tolerance: On Drugs, Prostitution, and Euthanasia},
  author={Y. Buruma},
  journal={Crime and Justice},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={73 - 113}
}
  • Y. Buruma
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Crime and Justice
Tolerance as a way to defer negative reactions to things that are not morally approved is a core characteristic of Dutch society. Since the 1970s tolerance has had important manifestations in cultural and legal settings. In Dutch criminal justice policy, tolerance not only refers generally to leniency regarding (petty) crime but also means that government in some circumstances does not prosecute specified infractions of statutory law. This tradition made possible distinctive Dutch ways of… Expand
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