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  • Drinking Age - 622 words
    Why has America had so many problems with underage drinking? I think that there is way too much underage drinking by young adults in America. On the other hand, I dont believe that it is their fault. I feel, that the lawmakers should lower the drinking age. The National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1986 forces states to enforce the legal age of 21 years old or lose matching highway funds. Alcohol has been around since the beginning of time and its not going to disappear. I believe that alcohol is not a bad thing, unless you abuse it. Today, most young adults start drinking early in their high school years at social gatherings. During those years, they endure many changes in their lives. They ...
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  • Teh Drinking Age - 512 words
    The Drinking Age The drinking age is twenty one because all the people making the laws are over twenty one. So they take a biased way of thinking. When we are eighteen we can smoke, vote, and be drafted into the army, yet we arent capable of deciding for ourselves to have a beer or two. Why arent we protesting this outrageous indignity? On the other hand, drinking has caused many deaths and many more injures when its not handled right and abused. First of all, when we are eighteen we can decide whether we want to join the army and be trained to kill people and go to war and be shot at!! But we cant decide for ourselves whether or not we want to drink. This doesnt make sense to me. Also we ca ...
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  • Drinking Age - 438 words
    The age of drinking has been an issue in our country for a long time and there are many regards on why the age is set at 21. The federal government should not impose a drinking age of 21. The drinking age should be lowered to the age of 18 for the following reasons; one, most people between the age of 18-20 are drinking alcohol already, and two, you should have the right to purchase alcohol when you reach the age of 18, because that is the age when you are considered and adult and have many rights and freedom. It is common to find people under the age of 21 in the possession of alcohol. In allot of gatherings such as Faternity and High Shool parties, drinking is the main thing going on and i ...
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  • A Heightened Drinking Age - 818 words
    I believe a heightened drinking age would definately not stop underage drinking. Mainly due to the fact that it is considered acceptable in our society already. Drinking, unlike drugs, is considered acceptable in todays society. It is even considered a right of passage when a person first begins drinking. I have witnessed this myself. It is considered humorous, when a person is drunk, rather than disturbing. This action can often lead to alcoholism when the person is finally legal to drink. Since alcohol was first discovered it has been a key part in every society. Just about every country even has their own national alcoholic beverage. I do not think any law can have any influence on a soci ...
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  • Issues On Lowering The Drinking Age - 646 words
    When one turns eighteen in the U.S, they can drive cars, fly planes, marry, vote, pay taxes, take out loans and risk their life as a member of the U.S. Armed forces, but it is illegal for them to drink. Why do young adults have the liberty to do everything else besides drink at the age of eighteen? Turning eighteen comes with adult responsibilities as well as privileges. The drinking age should be lowered to eighteen. It is necessary to educate teens about drinking alcohol if the drinking age is lowered to eighteen. Educating teens of the consequences on abusing alcohol will give them full responsibility for their actions. The responsibility that comes with drinking should be strongly enforc ...
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  • Drinking Age - 438 words
    The age of drinking has been an issue in our country for a long time and there are many regards on why the age is set at 21. The federal government should not impose a drinking age of 21. The drinking age should be lowered to the age of 18 for the following reasons; one, most people between the age of 18-20 are drinking alcohol already, and two, you should have the right to purchase alcohol when you reach the age of 18, because that is the age when you are considered and adult and have many rights and freedom. It is common to find people under the age of 21 in the possession of alcohol. In allot of gatherings such as Faternity and High Shool parties, drinking is the main thing going on and i ...
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  • Drinking Age - 438 words
    The age of drinking has been an issue in our country for a long time and there are many regards on why the age is set at 21. The federal government should not impose a drinking age of 21. The drinking age should be lowered to the age of 18 for the following reasons; one, most people between the age of 18-20 are drinking alcohol already, and two, you should have the right to purchase alcohol when you reach the age of 18, because that is the age when you are considered and adult and have many rights and freedom. It is common to find people under the age of 21 in the possession of alcohol. In allot of gatherings such as Faternity and High Shool parties, drinking is the main thing going on and i ...
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  • Lowering The Drinking Age - 427 words
    I. Is the number 21 part of a magic trick? A. What is so special about the age 21. B. Does it make you mature enough to consume alcohol? 1. Some adults abuse alcohol while some teenagers would be able to drink responsibly. II. The average age kids began drinking is 12. (The Binge Generation, Ladies home Journal, December 1999, P. 116) A. We need to educate young adults about safe drinking and drinking in moderation. III. The national drinking age should be lowered to 18. IV. I will be discussing the following items. A. Binge drinking has become a problem among young adults. B. Young adults are not ready to deal with the responsibility of drinking when they have the right. C. Foreign countrie ...
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  • Lowering The Drinking Age................??? - 561 words
    In Coors urges lower drinking age from The Washington Times, author Valerie Richardson compares and contrasts the different perspectives two candidates running for the senate have, about lowering the drinking age. The topics discussed in this article are worthy of examination because the issue of lowering the drinking age is not something that everyone agrees with. This leads us to analyze more the policies we have and criticize whether we thinks is right or wrong. One of the man points in this article is that republican Pete Coos believes that lowering the drinking age will make adolescents drink more responsible. Mr. Coors stated: People mature at different ages, you should be as horrified ...
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  • Argument Against Lowering The Legal Drinking Age - 737 words
    It is estimated that underage drinking costs the US $58 billion each year in accidents, crime and hospitalizations. An estimated one-third of Americans abstain from drinking alcohol or liquor. The number of college binge drinkers in the 1999 Harvard study (44 percent) was the same as in the 1993 study. In the Harvard study, 0.6 percent of respondents required medical attention for alcohol overdoses. This could equal 30,000 such instances a year when applying the number to the nation's entire collegiate population. On September 13, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reached a $4.75 million legal settlement with the parents of a student who died from an alcohol overdose in 1997. Scott K ...
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  • Argument To Lower The Legal Drinking Age In America - 1,036 words
    Throughout history, people have always wanted what they cant have. Since the 1970s, this is the attitude most lawmakers in America have taken with respect to underage drinking. It was at this time that many states changed the legal drinking age form 18 to 21. The theory behind this was, essentially, if you raise the drinking age, people will drink more responsibly, because with age comes responsibility. Unfortunately, the people who made these laws did not consider that responsibility is something that comes from experience and teaching not just age. Currently, there are many anti-alcohol groups (most concerned with the problem of drunk driving) trying to stop people from drinking illegally ...
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  • Argument On The Legal Drinking Age In America - 538 words
    High and College student are faced with a ever pressing issue each year. The legal drinking is one of the few responsibilities that American society feel they are not worthy for. We feel the legal drinking age should be lowered to 18. In Our studies we found the majority of states in the United States (31 of 50 states) have laws that prohibit or limit the consumption of beverage alcohol for those individuals under 21, in all 50 states it is illegal to posses alcohol. "Three have a national minimum drinking age of 21 (Malaysia, South Korea, and Ukraine)", (March, 1998). In countries where no exceptions are made, "26 countries have minimum drinking ages of 18", (March,1998). "Five have a minim ...
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  • The Drinking Age: 21 For Everyone? - 645 words
    Mike Bilyeu In the United States, the legal drinking age for all 50 States and the District of Columbia is 21 years of age. The drinking age is 21 because the powers that control our government decided that when one becomes 21, one is magically transformed into a responsible person capable of handling the burden that comes with the right to consume alcohol. The drinking age is too high in this country. Why enact laws to prohibit an act that will be ignored by many of our peers? The opposition may say that the higher drinking age discourage teenagers and young adults from consuming alcohol. They say the laws that force merchants to refuse to sell alcohol to persons under 21 years of age will ...
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  • Binge Crinking Is A Problem - 909 words
    From one generation to the next, we have seemingly continued this ridiculous practice of "binge drinking". Sure, let's all see who can drink the most, who passes out first, and let's not forget throwing-up? Yes, you haven't experienced the true effects of binge drinking until you've thrown-up all over yourself. But why, why is it that today's generation feels that this is fun? Risking your life to fit in isn't fun. Fun is going to an amusement park or even a baseball game. Unfortunately, college campuses across the nation are preoccupied by this issue of alcohol abuse. Binge drinking in the U.S. is out of control and mostly a problem that our government has produced. It is a byproduct of leg ...
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  • Decnstruction Of Barcardi Advertiesmetnes - 1,492 words
    It seems like everywhere you turn these days there is some beer or hard alcohol advertisement showing up in magazines or on television carrying promises of success and eternal happiness if you use their product. While flipping through several magazines I came upon a series of ads for Bacardi Rum. In the ads a bunch of happy go lucky twenty somethings are shown partying enjoying various drinks in a club environment. In each ad there is a catchy little slogan tailored especially for the situation running across the bottom of the page such as: Cubicles by day. Bacardi by night, Trading floor by day. Bacardi by night., and Buttoned up by day. Bacardi by night. While many might dismiss these ads ...
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  • Binge Drinking On College Campuses - 1,302 words
    We have all heard the terms boozing, drinking to get drunk, sloshed, tanked, tipsy, tooted, hammered, and the like. But have you ever really thought about what you were saying when you used these terms. You were saying that all that you did the night before was binge drink. Binge drinking on college campuses is something that has grown to an all time high. All too often we have heard the horror stories of how kids are getting behind the wheel of a car after a night of binge drinking, and end up killing everyone involved, but themselves. Binge drinking is dangerous and until we all realize that it has serious effects, we will never fully understand it. The Harvard University student questionn ...
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  • Under Age Drinking - 1,134 words
    Why would people who are under age want to drink? Well under age drinking isn't to uncommon. (1) Studies say that approximately 6% of 10-11 year old children use alcohol. 25% by the age of 14 and 55% by the age of 17. Approximately 92 percent of high school kids have used alcohol, of the 92 percent 64 percent use alcohol on a regular basis. Sometimes teenage kids drink under stress. Stress can be overwelming and kids don't know how to deel with it. Drinking is a way for them to forget about there problems and have fun. Kids also think that since there young that they can't get sick or even die from drinking. There wrong. Under age drinking is the main cause of alcohol abuse and alcohol relat ...
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  • Violence In America - 892 words
    What do all of these scenes have in common: a small figure jumping on another figures head, a man stabbing a woman with a pencil in the hand, and a man punching another man in the face? Violence. What is the difference between these three scenes? One is a scene from a video game, another is from a new, popular movie, and one can be seen in real life. In a popular video game you have a little character named Mario who is supposed to rescue Princess Toadstool. In doing so he has to jump on certain characters heads in order to kill them. It is scenes like this that the government wants to outlaw. How can the government limit the amount of violence a kid sees in his or her childhood because the ...
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  • Drunk Driving - 641 words
    Drunk Driving is yet another risk factor that lurks on college campuses. It is observed that the majority of underage students continue to drink alcohol despite drinking age laws. College alcohol use policies aimed at decreasing drinking opportunities on campuses may also have increased the likely hood that students will drink off campus. This change may place students at risk when returning to campus residents after consuming alcohol. The NCADD (National Association Against Drunk Driving) did a study exploring the how college students were returning to on-campus housing after attending off-campus parties and visiting bars, and the extent to which they place themselves at risk for alcohol-re ...
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  • Old Enough To Vote Old Enough To Drink - 962 words
    What is the significance of the number twenty-one? Is twenty-one the magical age when you are officially declared mature? Why is it then, that when you turn eighteen, you are able to fight for your country? The drinking age should be lowered from twenty-one to eighteen, because if you are old enough to die for your country and help make decisions for your country, than you are old enough, among many other things, to have a drink in your country. The drinking age should be eighteen, because eighteen is the age when most things are considered legal. At eighteen, you can fight for your country, vote in elections, legally get married, and smoke cigarettes. When a soldier is forced to go to war, ...
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