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2,448 wordsMarijuana legalization is a controversial issue. There are two opposite public opinions fighting each other. First convinced that marijuana is a drug and it should be outlawed. Others persuade legalization. This paper analyses what are pros and cons of marijuana legalization. The paper also examines the social perception of the drug legalization perspective. Outline Introduction Discussion History of marijuana legalization movement Factors why marijuana should not be legalized Public opinion Pro...
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2,865 wordsThe Decriminalization of Steroids Everyone has a view on steroids whether or not it is shaped by mass media, schools, or peers. Not many people have a realistic idea of what steroids really are and what they do. I spent a few hours in various diet and fitness related chat rooms on the net while doing this paper and found out that the common stereotype is that all steroids are harmful and produce breasts. Some people believe supplements such as creatine and weight gain powder are steroids, which ...
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974 wordsSeven Days: Is it Enough Time? In 1981 President Ronald Reagan was the target of an attempted assassination, which instead hit the press secretary, James Brady, who is now an invalid because of the bullet that entered his head that day. After this tragedy happened, more legislation on gun control came to congress than had ever been attempted before. Among the most publicized of these was the Brady Bill, known by its full name of The Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act. Prevention Act. Of the m...
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966 wordsHARRY BROWNE THE MAN FOR EVERY TOWN Harry Browne was born in New York in 1933 and grew up in Los Angeles. Although he only attended college for two weeks, he went on to become a very successful investment advisor and author. Harry Browne believes that the government has blatantly disregarded the ninth and tenth amendments, which limit their size and power. He plans to drastically cut the size of government and let people make their own choices instead of politicians making them for us. Harry Bro...
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1,333 wordsThe decision to Marijuana INTRODUCTION The decision to use marijuana is first and foremost a moral question. Drugs, in this case marijuana, is a moral assault on a person being, because they make a person less than what they should and can be, they degrade one s character, and systematically destroys everything a person cares about (Warren 1999). Marijuana is the drug that is disguised into medicine. Many people believe that marijuana can be used as medicine for some diseases, and, therefore, it...
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1,034 wordsGovernment Regulation of Prostitution is Key The question of whether prostitution should be legalized has been an extremely controversial issue over the past few years. Many people who oppose government regulation of prostitution claim that America? s morality is at stake. However, I disagree. Government regulation will only help solve this on going social problem that exists in society today. If prostitution is legalized, these sex workers will be less likely to spread sexually transmitted dise...
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