Drugs Debate Essays and Term Papers

  • Debate on Drugs

    The debate over drugs continues to disturb the American public. Many Americans take at face value the assumptions that drugs cause addiction, which leads to crime, and that addiction is an illness. Yet abundant evidence exits to support the view that legalizing illegal drugs can help solve the drug problem...

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  • Debate on mandatory drug testing

    mandatory drug testing session. That is, students have to be drug tested. I support the motion because such scheme protects both students and the whole society. I will put forward 2 strong reasons today about the advantages of this mandatory scheme. Firstly, it serves as a strong deterrent. Drug abuse...

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  • Debate

    French-English Debate (Twitter) French-English Debate (Twitter) For this debate, I will be the ‘Oui’ side for the separation of Quebec and Canada. -@duabaig For this debate, I will be the ‘Oui’ side for the separation of Quebec and Canada. -@duabaig For this debate, I will be the ‘Non’ side...

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  • Debate

    THBT parents should not have the right to actively promote religion to their children (1st speaker) by Isaac Ladies and gentlemen today side proposition believes that parents should not have a right to actively promote their religion to their children. We believe actively promote means the parents directly...

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  • Debate

    This house believes that developing countries should ban members of political dynasties from standing for elected office ratty ryn to ty nrhgThis house believes the UK government should pay house husbands and housewives a salary 1st prop On side prop we say that for too long the legitimate choice...

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  • Debate

    very much for your kind attention. I rest my case! ----------------------- debate speech...

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  • Debate

    Experience is better than formal education: Introduction: There is a long-lasting debate about the relative intrinsic worth of formal vs. informal education and experience. The modern and advance world advocates formal, academic and higher education but from history and time again, we have seen...

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  • Debate

    repertoire of behavior in short order. Manifestly, every violent act is the result of an array of forces coming together-poverty, crime, alcohol and drug abuse, stress-of which childhood exposure to television is just one. Nevertheless, the epidemiological evidence indicates that if, hypothetically, television...

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  • Debate

    the degrading factor in our world today. Posted by: Anonymous Report Post Like Reply 0 0  you do realize you are using a computer to debate why not just have an officail debat Just wow this is pathetic on how we use computers too much and sitting in front of a computer all day does affect...

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  • Debate

    Debate (Homeschooling) Education is not all about studying and getting good marks. It really means discovering new things that we don't know about and increasing our knowledge. An educated person has the ability to differentiate between right and wrong or good and bad. It is the important for a...

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    Kayla Smith 2-15-2014 debate M/W 930-1050 Rogerian Argument & Toulmin Model Rogerian argument Instead of arguing with someone or proving someone wrong like in a traditional debate, the goal of the Rogerian Argument is to come to a common ground, to find workable solution or a compromise....

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  • Debate

     Table of Contents “Though Accountants trough unethical behaviour contributed significantly to the financial crisis, they have faced little in the way of consequences or justice” Introduction “The wheels of justice are turning now, they are not turning as fast as people...

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  • Debate

    last year, 43% had parents who had been in prison or were serving a current prison sentence, 59% said they had been under the influence of alcohol, drugs or both at the time of offending. More than 90% had been suspended from school at some time and 82% had not attended school in the six months before...

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  • Debate

    Intro: Telephone call- 3 decades Definition: This house is referring to the US government. A nuclear Iran is Iran that is allowed to use nuclear energy only with official inspections of the program. 1. Avoid a drop in the US economy -Major factor in US economy is oil -Iran will need less oil...

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  • Debate

    Government: ZielaIdayu Opponent: MohdHelmi Stand: should/agree Introduction: Stand: should not/ disagree Introduction: First point: Create a sense of equality University is a place to learn, not to flaunt fashion, wealth or privilege. Unfortunately as it stands now student spend so...

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    Pretty good. You might want to break it down into more discrete sections. One section on the reasons why people don't like gay marriage. One section on why those reasons don't make sense to you. One section on the reasons why gay marriage is a positive thing. And why being gay should not keep them from...

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  • Debates

    technology is applied, at the end of the day a decision will have to be made by a human being. Furthermore, Sepp Blatter feels that the fans love the debate because long after the game will the fans continue to discuss the issue. So, as long as fans are talking about football, whether it be in a positive...

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  • Debate

    The Prince of Egypt Assignment By: Emily Palma Period 2 1) Miriam influenced and encouraged Moses throughout the video by: following Moses who was left in the basket in the river and making sure that he was found and that he would be safe. And also she tells Moses that God will not abandon him,...

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  • Debate

    Referee: Good ____ fellow students, today we are gathered here to witness a debate between one of the most questionable subject ever made in human history, who is a better leader among men and women? We’ve heard before about the growing conflicts between man and woman, questions like who is more powerful...

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  • debate

     everybody has his own method, so by talking with each other we can get better method. A1:Like what you said, If the high accuracy was gotten from the debate, how we would get good grades in the exam? We don’t have a group. We can not talk with each.   B1:My fellow debaters, you can not give this example which wasn’t permitted to working with others...

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