• Drinking Age Debate
    John Smith Negative: The legal drinking age in the U.S. should be lowered to 18. Introduction We believe that the drinking age across the United States should stay at 21 years of age. Several states are currently petitioning that the drinking age be lowered; however, we find this to be dangerous...
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  • Drinking Age
    As we all across America adults of the legal drinking age of twenty-one go out and enjoy in a nice alcoholic beverage. As we are all also aware there are young adults drinking underage at parties or with their friends at college. They are legal adults and have all the responsibilities of adults but cannot...
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  • Minimum Legal Drinking Age
     Appellation Do you believe the drinking age should be lowered to allow eighteen year olds to consume alcohol, or should the legal age to drink alcoholic beverages stay at the age of twenty-one? Prior to 1984 you were, once you turned eighteen, in most states permitted to purchase alcohol. It...
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  • Why21
    In ‘Why 21?’ : Addressing underage drinking, Mothers Against Drunk Driving gives insight to why keeping drinking age to 21 is productive, claiming there is much evidence that keeping drinking age to 21 would keep young people safe. In this paper, Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s(MADD) paper is critiqued...
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  • Smoking
    Should the Alcoholic Drinking Age be Increased or Decreased? December 7, 2012 Table of Contents: 1. Abstract ………………....………………………………………………………………..……………………… Page 3 2. Research Report ……………………………………………...……………………………………..…… Pages 4-7 3. References ………………………………………...…………………………………………………………...
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  • Lowering Drinking Age
    Lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18 increases the risk of underage and binge drinking which results in deadly car accidents. Ages 18 and under are physically immature to handle alcohol. Enforcing the age 21 law reduces the risk of traffic crashes and it saves lives. By lowering the drinking age to 18 will...
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  • Drinking Age
    Drinking Age “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy,” was once said by a very smart man named Benjamin Franklin. He lived in a time when there was no minimum drinking age. Before the 1900’s there wasn’t any kind of drinking laws anywhere in the United States. The drinking age was...
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  • Crack
    The drinking age has been something that has changed a lot throughout the United States history. There’s been a debate for years whether the drinking age should stay at age 21 or be lowered to 18 or even lower. Medical research shows that when your 21 your brain is fully matured, thus that being the...
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  • Drinking Age Argument Essay
    Drinking Age Final Draft The underdeveloped liver quakes over the burden of the alcohol that the drinker has just consumed. It shuts down, in spite of the fact that the drinker has had only one beer. The drinking age is 21 for a reason. Nobody should have to perish for that to be proven. The drinking...
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  • The Drinking Age
    The Drinking Age As we all know the drinking age here in the United States of America is twenty-one years of age. In this essay I will argue the point that the drinking age defiantly should not be as high as it is, and that the government should reconsider changing the age limit. I believe that...
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  • Drinking
    Should the US legal drinking age be lowered to 18 OR should it remain at 21 years old? A. Introduction At 18 years old, there are many responsibilities gained, such as being able to marry, but one cannot drink alcohol at the wedding reception because every state in the United States has set the...
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  • The Legal Drinking Age
    some people feel they do not have as much freedom as they deserve, like the freedom to drink legally at a younger age. The legal drinking age should be lowered to 18 years old because at the age of 18 you are seen as an adult in the eyes of the law. The target audience of this paper is anyone in the state...
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  • 18 or 21
    18 or 21 After being overseas for 6 months fighting in Iraq, my friend Joe arrived back in the states. He fought hard for his country, carried an M-16, and saved lives. All he wants to do now is to go to the bar and drink a beer with his buddies. So he goes to the bar with his buddies, dressed to...
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  • Controversial Analysis: Drinking Age
    02, 2012 Leslie Jones English 102 The Drinking Age and Young Adults. Because underage drinking is a major problem for young adults, the drinking age has become a very controversial issue. In the 1990's, the drinking age was 18, but it was changed to 21 in 1984. The Federal Government informed states...
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  • Drinking age debate
    How Old is Old Enough? Drinking Age 11/11/2011 How old is old enough to have an alcoholic beverage?   Iris Cummings How Old is Old Enough? The legal drinking age is a topic that has come up for, and will continue to come up for, many years. The main question that needs...
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  • Drinking age
    Persuasive Essay Should the drinking age be lowered? This question is one that has hounded us for decades. At age eighteen we are legal adults, we can join the military, vote, and anything else that any adult could legally do. So then why can we not drink till age 21? In my opinion we should not lower the...
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  • Lowering the Drinking Age
    6, 2014 Why the Drinking Age Should Stay at Twenty-One The United States drinking age throughout all 50 states has been the same since 1984 when a law was put in place by the U.S. Congress punishing all states who did not abide by the legal age limit of 21. Since this law was put into...
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  • Drinking Age Persuasive Speech
    Howell Honors English III Sep 17th, 2012 The Age Shall Stay According to The National Institute of Health approximately 5,000 teenagers and young adults under the age of 21 die each year to alcohol related causes. Since they put a legal age on drinking in 1964, estimates of 7,000 to 10,000 lives have...
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  • Speech Jawn
    outcropping of rocks taking heavy enemy fire. Your world is being turned upside down and you cannot figure out where the shooting is coming from. You stay low and pray that you will not be struck by a bullet. Thankfully the shooting eventually stops and you escape with only a few minor wounds. You go back...
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  • Drinking Age Should Be Raised to 21
    The drinking age in Australia should be raised to 21. By raising the drinking age, students will more likely stay in school and concentrate on studying, enabling them a better future. It will also reduce the number of young alcohol consumers, and therefore, future adult alcoholics. Unwanted teenage pregnancies...
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