• Drug Debate
    Drugs Debate "Junk yields a basic formula of "evil" virus: *The Algebra of Need*. The face of "evil" is always the face of total need. A dope fiend is a man in total need of dope. Beyond a certain frequency need knows absolutely no limit or control. In the words of total need: "*Wouldn't you*?" Y
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  • Drugs
    Recently, I was one of many people asked by The Observer magazine to send in my opinions about legalising “drugs”. (I use inverted commas because by “drugs” I mean recreational drugs that are now illegal, such as marijuana and cocaine. Alcohol is a “drug”, as is Aspirin. But from now
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  • 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
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  • The Great Sheep Debate
    The Great Sheep Debate My high school was relatively small. To put it into perspective, I graduated with eighty-six people. In my class there were the usual cliques. There were the smart kids, the athletes, the cheerleaders, the drug users, and the slackers. But somehow I didn't fit into all
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  • Legalize Drugs
    Such an issue stirs up moral and religious beliefs; beliefs that are contrary to what America should "believe". However, such a debate has been apparent in the American marketplace of ideas before with the prohibition of alcohol in the 1920's. With the illegality of alcohol the mafia could produce l
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  • Drugs
    TOBACCO Tobacco is a plant grown for its leaves that are smoked, chewed, or sniffed for a variety of effects. It is considered an addictive substance because it contains the chemical nicotine. The tobacco plant is believed to have originated in the Western Hemisphere. The cultivated species
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  • Legalization of All Drugs
    Legalize Drugs! I know what you're thinking, are you crazy! The debate over the legalization of drugs continues to disturb the American public. Such an issue stirs up moral and religious beliefs, beliefs that are contrary to what Americans should believe. I ask all of you to please keep an open
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  • Drugs and Abuse
    Psychology: Drugs And Abuse Drugs and Abuse Abuse of drugs can have effects on the user even after the use of drugs has stopped. Different drugs produce different effects, depending on the user, type of drug, and severity of abuse. New research is done every day in the area of drug abuse that mak
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  • Legalize Drugs
    The question of whether to legalize drugs or not is a very controversial and important issue. Drugs affect so many areas of society. "The U.S. population has an extremely high rate of alcohol and drug abuse" (Grolier). Several groups have formed and spoken out regarding their position. "Spea
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  • Stem Cell Debate
    Few recent scientific issues have stimulated so much media attention, public debate and government involvement as that of stem cell research. Stem cells offer people hope by promising to greatly extend the number and range of patients who could benefit from transplants, and to provide novel therapie
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  • War on Drugs
    Have you ever heard the expression "War on drugs"?. That was first used in 1972 when Richard Nixon described a series of govern-mental programs intended to suppress the consumption of certain recreational drugs. Marijuana was one of them. However the first attack on Marijuana occurred not
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  • Violence, Sex, Drugs, and -Isms in the Media
    VIOLENCE, SEX, DRUGS, AND -ISMS IN THE MEDIA One of the hottest topics for those who think about media today is violence. Is there too much violence in the media? Is the violence too graphic? Is it too easy for youngsters to see programs containing violence? Do programs that show violence stress
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  • Drugs
    Over the past 20 years there has been much debate on the topic of illegal drugs, and the War on Drugs. It is naïve to think that there isn't a drug problem in the US. There are literally thousands of people in prison for possession, selling or just plain using illegal drugs. This problem also p
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  • Violence on Tv, Still a Matter of Debate
    It often seems like everywhere one looks, violence rears its ugly head. We see it in the streets, schools, and even at home. However, a major cause of it is still sitting in many peoples' living rooms unnoticed. It is the television! The truth about television violence's influence on children has be
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  • Drugs and Legalization
    May 25, 1989 Thinking About Drug Legalization by James Ostrowski James Ostrowski, an associate policy analyst of the Cato Institute, was vice chairman of the New York County Lawyers Association Committee on Law Reform. . Executive Summary Prohibition is an awful flop. We like it. It
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  • Drugs, Alcohol, Prohibition
    Drugs, Alcohol, and Prohibition Although National Prohibition did not take effect in the 1920's, there were a series of laws that attempted to restrict alcohol consumption. Such as the 18th amendment and the Volstead Act. In 1697, the first American alcohol law was passed in New York. The law
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  • The Debate over Roe V. Wade
    The Debate Over Roe v. Wade Many critics of the Roe v Wade resolution dispute that the Supreme Court's decision was mistaken because, as said by Robert Bork, "the right to abort, whatever one thinks of it, is not to be found in the Constitution". Consequently, they say
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  • Performance Enhancing Drugs
    David Stone Performance-Enhancing Drugs and Athletes There has been a debate of epic proportion for the past few decades on whether professional athletes from around the world have the right to use performance-enhancing drugs. As for now these world athletes are not permitted to use most of
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  • Performance-Enhancing Drugs
    Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Sports Every four years athletes from all over the world participate in the most globally known sporting event, namely the Olympics. The modern Olympic Games began in 1896 with the purpose of promoting peace and understanding among the world's nations. It can be sai
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  • Performance Enhancing Drugs - Is It Worth It?
    Imagine someone close to you winning a gold medal in the Summer Olympic Games. Now, picture them getting the reward stripped out of their hands by the Olympic committee because that someone you know tested positive for steroids. The use of performance enhancing drugs, or doping, is more of a shortcu
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