Spread for psydfx (pronounced "side effects"), a self-conceptualized magazine about cognitive liberty and ethics. This article discusses the public controversy surrounding the treatment of children's behavioral problems with psychotropic medications. The deck reads, "The power to force children in the US onto mind-altering substances is rising as fast as the pharmaceutical companies' profit margin." The spread contains an aerial-view illustration of a bomber aircraft dropping "pill bombs" on suburban America.
The Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics (cognitiveliberty.org) "defines cognitive liberty as the right of each individual to think independently and autonomously, to use the full spectrum of his or her mind, and to engage in multiple modes of thought."
The CCLE further states, "Today, as new drugs and other technologies are being developed for augmenting, monitoring, and manipulating mental processes, it is more important than ever to ensure that our legal system recognizes and protects cognitive liberty as a fundamental right."