Place in some charts, pictures, statistics from the links file to support facts. Start introduction by defining drugs etc. and then move on to the war on drugs and its dynamics. Furthermore, mention the stance and thesis and finally, present points in favor of legalization and objections (along with rebuttals) to it. Then, conclusion and bingo.
In all of human history, no society has ever been drug free, nor will any be so in the future.
Drugs are not going to disappear; the challenge is to mitigate the harm they cause.
Club in New York City.
I said I would talk about the "War on Drugs."
That was a phrase first popularized?as I recollect? by President Reagan, and then made the cornerstone of George Bush's first address to the nation
1998 – UN
But the desire to alter one's state of consciousness, and to use psychoactive drugs to do so, is nearly universal-and mostly not a problem. annabis and opium have been grown throughout much of the world for millennia. T In all of human history, no society has ever existed that was completely free from harmful and threatening drugs, and it seems difficult to see a drug-free world in the future. Drugs are not a new invention but in reality drugs like opium are being produced in the world since milleniums. More drugs are produced every year because of their popular demand and ability to make a person change his state of consciousness.Because of their addictive characteristics, consumption of drugs like cocaine and heroin today is roughly the same as it was decades ago, meanwhile their overall production has increased, despite prohibitive changes in law and policy throughout the world regarding selling and buying of drugs. The phrase “War on Drugs” was used by president Bush in his first address to the nation, but the phrase gained its popularity in US long ago, during Reagan’s presidency in 1980s. The formal prohibition on drugs