Prohibition of All Drugs

Prohibition of All Drugs - Hao 1 Sijia Hao Professor Short...

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Hao 1 Sijia Hao Professor Short English 125 18 September 2010 Pro-Prohibition The United States seems to constantly be in a state war. She has tempered with all sorts, long and short, foreign and domestic, from the traditional combat-bloodshed type in Iraq, to Cold ideological wars, to the often overlooked but nevertheless persistent, War on Drugs. A definitive reason many of these wars drag on for much longer than anticipated lies in the fact that the democratic government has trouble putting its foot down and making controversial decisions, showcased by the drug war. Though common knowledge rules that drugs in a society do nothing but damage, the White House has yet been brave enough to lay down the law and implement Prohibition. Prohibition of all drugs, including alcohol, has the potential to greatly decrease general population usage because obtaining such goods would become significantly more difficult and more expensive, not to mention against the law. Decreasing the number of users in the country would do wonders for America because drugs have myriads of repercussions
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