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Many peoples eyebrows raise when a discussion on marijuana comes up Its funny to me how most of those eyebrows belong to teenagers like me and the baby boomer adults that grew up in the 1970s aka the psychedelic funkflower power heavy drug usage age Dont get me wrong Im not saying everyone did drugs back then but the views were certainly different compared to our modern views today What was the change The Vietnam War could be said as a primary reason as many people wanted to escapeHamric It was a generation barrier as all the younger generations did not want to be called to serve in a senseless war It was a way to escape all of the realities of life at the time even much like today Though scientists probably through natural interest began to study all of the drugs in use and began to prove the consequences of long term illicit drug use It can be easy to understand the viewpoints of all the different stands on legalization of marijuana Most people involved in trying to sway the American viewpoint all have personal experiences within their respected views Their jobs personal experiences maybe including ones from the 70s andor family circumstances give a base to these arguments How can you deny someone elses experience But then again these pathos arguments can often be too strong The point of view of them sometimes can skip over important facts that can throw the whole argument into abstract In the 1980s the Federal Supreme Court decided that marijuana was a dangerous drug Not just for possible society health risks but economic and security issues as well Since then the Drug Enforcement Agency DEA along with a few non-profit organizations like the Partnership For A Drug Free America have spent many years advocating their stance In their arsenal they have the DARE team tons of free pamphlets and the availability to win little kids minds
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