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Bringing Sexy Back Drinking has been a pastime for centuries. According to the Narconon Drug Information Department, “It’s likely that alcohol production started when early farmers noted the fermentation that took place in fallen fruit” (Alcohol History). Part of the reason that alcohol has been around for so long is because the ingredients are very easy to come by, and wine can be made from fruits. Many people found the carbonation and taste to be pleasing. Wine and beer also became a big trading factor. People were in the business of fermenting and then selling. In a lot of cases, beer and wine were almost the same as water today. Everyone drank it, young or old. Sometimes, wine was considered safer to drink because water wasn’t always purified properly. “It is thought that …show more content…
When alcohol consumption interferes with this early adult brain development, the potential for chronic problems such as greater vulnerability to addiction, dangerous risk-taking behavior, reduced decision-making ability, memory loss, depression, violence, and suicide is greater” (Anderson).
But don’t be confused, Mark is arguing for lowering the drinking age in his article. He refutes this article by mentioning the fact that one can enlist at 18, which is far more dangerous than the worst-case scenarios stated above.
In conclusion, the higher drinking age has only motivated teens to do dishonest ways of drinking. With a lower drinking age, teens can learn how to be responsible and safe with the help of parents. Also, at the age of 18, teens can pay bills, rent an apartment, get married, or die for their country, but cannot enjoy a beer. The United States should lower the drinking age to 18 because multiple countries have successfully set the age to 18, and a person is considered a responsible adult at the age of

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