3.2 Webtext Overview - Page 3.2 Practice Arguments Are Support John McCardell of Middlebury College presents the following premises in his argument(1

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Page 3.2 Practice: Arguments Are Support John McCardell of Middlebury College presents the following premises in his argument: (1) the minimum-21 drinking law has created a culture of dangerous and unsupervised binge-drinking; (2) the minimum-21 drinking law is impossible to enforce; and (3) 18-year-olds in this country are trusted to vote, perform jury duty, and serve in the military. Which of the following represents the conclusion he reaches? The drinking age should be lowered to 18. To what extent do you agree with the logic that when laws are too difficult or expensive to enforce, we should dispense with them? Provide at least one example or counter-example to demonstrate why you feel that way. (Opinion question no wrong) Laws can be effective, even though it can be expensive to uphold, tailoring the law is one way of adjusting over a period time, as well as for the cost effectiveness. I would agree to some extent and I cite the war on drugs as an example of what I personally believe to be a costly, inefficient, and difficult to enforce set of laws. I believe
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  • Spring '13
  • Sheffield
  • Law, Drinking culture, younger age, Alcohol law, Legal drinking age

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