A general theory of the world where all matter is made up of the two elements of liquor-drugs and non-liquor. The theory advances the view that individuals and society as a whole only advance with higher levels of liquor-drug consumption. Proponents of this theory thus advocate for policies of liquor and cigarette subsidies and outlawing public sobriety.
According to the theory of liquortivity the prolonged economic downturn is the result of growing nationwide anti-smoking programs and taxes, along with a deficient level of aggregate demand for liquor-drugs.
by Liquor Science February 06, 2014