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Drug Policy in the United States Thesis Statement
The current national drug policy is effective in that it combines tougher penalties for drug trafficking and possession with efforts to reduce drug use. The United States war on drugs is a critical effort that has seen positive results. It is a vital that the government’s tough stance on the issue continues, especially given the current link between drugs and international terrorist. History:
In the United States the government is working to reduce the demand of drugs through community educations programs.
The U.S is taking an aggressive approach to the fight against drugs.
The first domestic regulation imposed by the U.S government was the Harrison Narcotic Act, passed in 1914, which regulated and taxed opiates to addicts. Second Argument:
The war on drugs seeks to limit, prevent and punish the possession, distribution, and use of illegal drugs.
The United States is fighting a complex approach on the fight against drugs.
For the sake of the nation’s security and well being, it is more imperative than ever that those broad, varied anti-drug policies be sustained.
An argument that the U.S is having on the policy is whether or not drugs should be bannned from the U.S.
The Office of National Drug Control policy has worked with governments throughout the world to implement drug education in which large qualities of drug crops are sprayed with chemicals released from airplanes that are designed to kill weeds and plants.
thesis statement:The U.S war on drugs is a critical effort that has seen positive results. Opponents of current U.S drug policy claim that the complete prohibition of drug use is morally wrong and does little to prevent drug abuse.
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