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The Perfect Utopia There are so many ways that one can define “The Perfect Utopia.” No one person has the same definition, because every person has been brought up differently. For example, a person from the United States has the power to vote for their president, where people from England have to deal with whoever the next King or Queen will be. Also, the laws, education, and customs in each country are different. I am going to attempt to design my “Perfect Utopia.” The laws would be similar to that of the United States, but there are a few things that I would like to change and add. I would keep the same list of illegal drugs and keep the age of 18 as the age to vote and go into the army. But, I would also move the drinking age and renting of cars and hotel rooms down to 18. I would do this because if you can die for your country you should be able to do anything, within legal limits. I would make marijuana legal because it would give the government more time to worry about other things that are of greater importance. With marijuana legal it would lower
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This essay was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ENG 160 taught by Professor Boyer during the Fall '06 term at Ill. Chicago.

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