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  • Drinking Age At Twenty One
    636 words
    The consumption of alcoholic beverages is a privilege not a right. The legal drinking age in the United States is twenty-one, and I believe that this is a fair age. There are so many statistics that show drinking to be bad to begin with, but there are many more statistics that show why the drinking age of twenty-one should not be lowered. Teenagers do not show enough responsibility when drinking, and it would do everyone a lot more harm if they could do it legally. There is no argument that drin...
  • Stop Underage Drinking Act
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    The War on Underage Drinking serious epidemic is overtaking this country. Underage drinking is spreading like a virus. Teenagers are drinking everywhere you look. It is not just teenagers in college that are drinking; there are numerous teenagers in high school, middle school, and even elementary school! How have we let it get this far? As a society, are we oblivious? Do we think there is nothing wrong with some underage drinking, or are we just incapable of fixing this problem? There is no excu...
  • Raise In The Drinking Age
    855 words
    Underage drinking has always been a major problem in society. The immaturity of teenagers contributes to their inability in understanding the dangerous effects that drinking has on their families and themselves. All they think about is how much fun they will have on Friday nights, bingeing beer. They don t think about what could happen while they re too drunk to know what they are doing, or the police coming to break up the party, handing out MIP's, or what could happen as they drive home from t...
  • Drinking Age
    365 words
    Outline Title: Drinking Age General Purpose: To Persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my listeners that you should not have to be 21 yrs of age to drink, and that drinking does not affect your brain mentally, and that teenagers are not as irresponsible with drinking than people say they are. Central Idea: By showing my listeners that the drinking age used to be lower and other countries don't even have drinking ages. By showing statistics of how little alcohol actually affects your brain. Also ...
  • Conforming In My Personal Experience
    686 words
    Not Conforming In my personal experience I consider myself a Farley normal human being that would generally follow most of the considered social norms in our society. I take a shower every day, I dont talk to strangers on the elevator, and I like to eat my cereal with milk. Nothing too out of the ordinary as far as being in agreement with society and the environment around me, but the one thing that I have not done by this point in my life that most people my age have is to have the urge to go o...
  • Drink
    890 words
    Paper 5 -- Final Research Essay Alcohol use is extremely prevalent in our society. Young people grow up seeing their parents and other adults make toast of wine and champagne at special occasions, as well as casually enjoying a few beers at a picnic. Today alcoholic beverages are frequently as common at business lunches as they are at college frat parties. Underage drinking is a huge problem which everyone must face. Under age drinking not only has devastating effects on those who drink but also...
  • Teenagers Drink Alcohol
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    Teenage Drinking in America Teenagers are Americas greatest natural resource, and they need to be protected from some of the evils that lurk in the world. A subject that needs special attention is the abuse of alcohol by teens. Statistics show that there is a problem currently between teens and alcohol. There are many causes of teenage drinking and effects that prove that drinking is an important issue that needs to be dealt with to preserve American teenagers. Teenage drinking will become worse...
  • Drinking Age
    791 words
    Should the Drinking Age be lowered Many questions have been posed concerning the drinking age in all fifty states within the United States. Should it be lowered back to eighteen What will the consequences be Will there be more fatalities What will insurance companies think And, will it actually serve as a barrier to the underage consumers All of these questions and many more are only the beginning of the controversy surrounding the legal drinking age. There are many valid reasons why the drinkin...
  • Alcohol At A Young Age
    610 words
    I have been carrying out some research about teenage drinking. There is an increasing concern about teenagers and their consumption of alcohol so I decided to find out how teenagers get their alcohol, why and where they drink, what the effects and consequences of teenage drinking can be. I also tried to find out what is being done to deal with the problem associated with teenage drinking. In my written text where and why teenagers drink, I found that teenage drinking is an increasing problem. Mo...
  • Minimum Drink Age At 21 Years
    853 words
    In the United States there is a major controversy about the legal drinking. In 1986 Congress passed the law that all states must have the minimum drinking age from eighteen years old to twenty-one years of age (Hyde and Setaro 32). Many people believe that the legal drinking age should be lowered to eighteen years of age. Others, insist on keeping the legal drinking age at a minimum of twenty-one years old. The drinking age should not be lowered to eighteen years old because the teenagers perfor...

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