Drinking Age Should Stay 21
It’s a common situation here in the United States: Teens going to a party at someone’s house on a Friday or Saturday night with the intent to drink and get drunk. Some teens claim it loosens them up, others say it keeps them from being shy. Many teens believe that drinking adds life to a bland party. Regardless of why they drink, and despite the consequences, thousands of teens illegally consume alcoholic beverages each day, taking the risk of being arrested, assaulted, and even death. Consumption of alcoholic beverages is a major problem that is widesprea
ad in society. But what if the legal drinking age was lowered, say from 21 to 18. Would this make a difference? What effects would this have?
There are many reasons why the drinking age should not be lowered. In 1970, 29 states lowered the legal drinking age to 18, 19, or 20. In over 70 studies since the change happened, it has been proven that motor vehicle crashes and alcohol related death and injury increased significantly when the legal drinking age was lowered. When the legal drinking age was nationally raised back to 21, those rates decl
Some topics in this essay:
Drinking Culture, Alcoholism, Europe, United States, Alcoholic Beverage, Alcohol Law, National Minimum Drinking Age Act, Alcohol Abuse, Legal Drinking Age, Alcohol,
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