Since its illegalization in the early twentieth century, the legalization of marijuana is a prominent social issue which undoubtedly sparks controversy when considering its state of legality. While some rightfully believe that marijuana should remain a Schedule I illegal narcotics, there is a faction that believes that cannabis serves a greater and much-needed use in our American society; I am part of that faction. I believe that marijuana, consumed both for recreational and medicinal purposes, should be one-hundred percent legal…...
Legalization of DrugsThe debate over the legalization of drugs continues to disturb society as time progresses. All of us have in some way or another, directly or indirectly, been affected by drugs, whether it be from a family member or the economic burden on society. Morton. M. Kondracke, author of the essay “Don’t Legalize Drugs,” begins by stating “the next time you hear that a drunk driver had slammed into a school bus full of children or that a stoned…...
The 1960’s were, in my opinion the most influential decade in the history of the world. Some people went from being preppy, well-kept human beings to turning into long-haired, earth- loving and careless people. When the citizens of today look back at the ‘60s, they think of one of the happiest decades their generation has ever seen if not the happiest they’ve ever went through. The “hippies” stressed that everybody be happy, calm and find peace through love and tolerance.…...
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