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Alcohol Good vs Evil Alcohol is a dangerous drug that both directly and indirectly kills millions of lives each year because of its frequent abuses However it is one of the most widely used and accepted drugs and when used wisely alcohol presents few problems Yet alcohol stirs major controversy every day as to its real and lasting effects on society There are major organizations such as MADD and SADD all across the United States that lobby desperately for its banishment Yet Alcohol is a visual part of almost every aspect of everyday life from all across the media to every major sports venue to right inside the homes of most American families Why is a substance that is despised by some people tolerated and enjoyed by so many others In this paper I will examine what is at the root of this controversy surrounding Alcohol in our country I will look at the places that alcohol exists in America both legally and illegally with a specific eye towards its uses and abuses on college campuses across the United States Everywhere you go it is there There is a liquor store around every other corner Beer is sold in almost every gas station along Americas roads And television newspapers and magazines are covered in ads for liquor and beer makers It is a driving force in the economy of America that our nation can not afford to live without due to the amount of jobs that would be lost and the investments that are tied up in the industry The beer industry alone has grown to an over 50 billion dollar a year business according to fortune magazine and it employs countless numbers of people from delivery drivers to liquor store owners to factory workers Fortune 1418 560 Deeply rooted at the heart of all those profits are universities and colleges all across the nation They are the major reason that liquor
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