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Unformatted text preview: Elliott Herrin Whitaker January 24, 2007 Dear Mom and Dad, I know that you are probably going to disagree with my position, but I fully believe that the drinking laws in the United States of America are way too strict. I believe that they need to be changed. I am probably one of the few people in our family that believe that the law should be change to allow people over 18 years of age should be able to drink. First off, there are young men out in the world who are dying for a drink- and I mean that quite literally. At first glance of this statement, you might believe that I am actually contradicting myself, but let me assure you I am not. Upon turning eighteen, I had to register for a draft card, meaning that I could end up fighting for and, God forbid, dying for my country. Like every other young man, I did my duty, and registered. I couldn’t get this one thing out of my mind though. young man, I did my duty, and registered....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Whitaker during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.
- Spring '08