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Click on the Toolwire ® Learnscape link on your student website for Week Five. Watch and reflect on the videos Stay Up and Study and Party All Night. Some people argue the government should legalize drugs. This would eliminate the dangers associated with its underworld existence, such as gangs, criminal activity, risky behavior on the part of users, support for terrorist activities, money laundering, and so on. Meanwhile, some oppose this view and defend the illegality of drugs on the basis that they are harmful to the individual and society. Is this an example of a problem becoming an issue? Explain why or why not. This I persosnally think would be considered an problem because not everyone agrees on what should be done. However pretty much everyone agrees that drugs are a
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Unformatted text preview: problem. So drugs is definitely a problem, however whether to legalize and how to decrease adolescent drug use is an issue. Personally I would suggest this is a problem becoming an issue because there are it seems more and more people are becoming pro the legalization of drugs. I do believe that if drugs were legal that the crime rate would definitely decrease. However I am not so sure that we should legalize them, because although there are functioning addicts out there, there are also those whom are not. The nonfunctioning addicts, most would agree generally the ones which concern me the most because they seem to be the ones commitiing crimes to get the drugs regardless of the cosequences which may follow....
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2010 for the course HUM/111 HUN taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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