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Unformatted text preview: 7.) To Jovan and Whitney How is the past, before 1984, different than today? 8.) To Jenn and Craig If the drinking age is changed to 18, what will be the effect of brining into a high school environment? 9.) To Jovan and Whitney How could the US economy benefit from the use of alcohol by those between the ages of 18-21? 10.) To Jovan and Whitney Despite the negative effects of over consumption of alcohol, can some alcoholic beverages be beneficial to health? 11.) To Jenn and Craig What does this say about the United States perspective of our youth? Are they irresponsible, immature? 12.) To Jovan and Whitney Why do you think a good majority of countries, such as Belgium, Spain and France have a drinking age as low as 16 years old and the U.S still remains at 21? 13.) To Jovan and Whitney Do you think by lowering the drinking age young people will become more responsible consumers? 14.) Final Statements...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2008 for the course COMM 241 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '07 term at Albion College.
- Fall '07