Drinking Age

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Ronald W

 

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August 11, 2011

 

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University

 

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Due to the seeming lack of effect of Prohibition and the change in public opinion, the 18th amendment in 1933 was overruled by the 21st amendment. With the passage of the 21st amendment, a compromise was made. At the end of Prohibition, drinking ages were now determined by the states. Many of them set the age at 21 while several lowered the age to 18 for the purchase of beer...
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Many of them set the age at 21 while several lowered the age to 18 for the purchase of beer. This was fairly consistent until the emergence of the baby boom generation and the Vietnam War. "From 1970 through 1975 nearly all states lowered their legal ages of adulthood, thirty including their legal drinking ages, usually from 21 to 18...
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