Taking On 21

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Willie C

 

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December 5, 2014

 

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The 21-year old drinking age has created a dangerous student culture of clandestine drinking (Amethyst, 2009). Twenty-one (21). Does anything come to mind when seeing this number? Possibly most of us were thinking about alcohol. Needless to say lucky number 21 is the minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) in the United States...
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Needless to say lucky number 21 is the minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) in the United States. Why? In other countries, the legal drinking age is 18 years old, and even 16 in others! It does not make sense for the legal drinking age to be 21 when at age 18 we are allowed to smoke, buy pornography and legally have sexual relations with others? Or more seriously, we can send young men and women to a branch of the military and see them leave to fight a war in Iraq or Afghanistan where they might possibly lose their lives! In 1982, President Ronald Reagan appointed a Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving...
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