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Drugs Crime and Prohibition Do drugs really cause crime or is it our governments way of controlling the communities Many people blame drugs for every problem in our society but is it the true evil in our society No one person can answer that question There are only opinions and supposed theories on this issue We have been taught over the years that drugs were bad and that they only affected the poor and less fortunate and turned them into crazy criminals but this isnt true to any extent The laws controlling and prohibiting drugs are the true culprit Would our crime levels decline if drugs were legalized to some extent or would we just increase the destruction of our country Over the past fifty years prohibition has been proven to actually increase crime and drug use instead of its intended purpose which was to extinguish the use of illicit drugs in the United States We constantly here of prison over crowding and why is that Most of our prisons are filled with drug offenders ranging from use to distribution of supposed illicit drugs What is our country coming to The purpose of this research paper is to view the advantages and disadvantages of the legalization of illicit drugs in the United States I will examine each side of this major problem plaguing our fine country from past to present People wake everyday to their normal and monotonous life without even thinking about what they are doing They do not realize that they have been conditioned by the government and its laws to obey and follow the supposed norm of society What is the norms of society and who set the guidelines for them No one can explain how these norms came about they only know that they must follow them or they could get in trouble with the law We are going into the twenty first century and we still follow laws that
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