Pros And Cons Of Lowering The Drinking Age

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Lopez, German. "Europe Has Lower Drinking Ages than the US - and Worse Teen Drinking Problems." 2016. Web. 14 Nov. 2016. http://www.vox.com/2016/1/26/10833208/europe-lower-drinking-age A huge part of my essay runs off the general idea of Europe being a very successful country because their drinking age is lower than ours. Also, that the U.S. alcohol involved death rate is a lot higher than most of Europe’s because we have a higher drinking age. This source, being a lot different form the others talks mainly of how Europe is not doing as good as we think they are when it comes to alcohol. Even though they do prove to have a safer drinking culture in Europe, binge drinkers between the ages of 15 and 19 continue to spike every day. Liver cirrhosis…show more content…
While talking about the pros and cons of lowering the drinking age and covering a wide variety of different views, I plan to insert how this would affect politics in the daily way of life. Also, to make sure I include the difference of how each political party thinks f lowering the age. Whether they think it would be a disaster or a good idea for America. If the lowering of the drinking age does become active, we could always regulate the f out of it just like America does to everything else. So, I could see us on day trying it out and I’m sure there is going to be a lot of pissed of republicans out…show more content…
He enters with the ridiculous amount of alcohol underage kids continue to consume every day at frat parties or even their own home when their parents are gone. Then he brings us into the prohibition age and brings up how they can closely relate. Kids who are told not to drink are probably going to kill themselves just like in the prohibition where drinking became illegal, whenever somebody got a hand on a bottle, things got a little out of control. After, he finishes strong by telling his audience that it is up to the government to make this insane decision that is supposed to be for the
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