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Wr 121 Old Enough to Fight Not Old Enough to Drink What is the significance of the number twenty-one Is twenty-one the magical age when you are officially declared mature Why is it then that when you turn eighteen you are able to fight for your country The drinking age should be lowered from twenty-one to eighteen because if you are old enough to die for your country and help make decisions for your country than you are old enough among many other things to have a drink in your country The drinking age should be eighteen because eighteen is the age when most things are considered legal At eighteen you can fight for your country vote in elections legally get married and smoke cigarettes When a soldier is forced to go to war there is a chance that he might not come back If you fight for your country sometimes not even knowing why you should be able to have a beer If you can vote for a candidate in an election than why cant you drink Most people who vote are mature and smart enough to know whom heshe wants to vote for If somebody is mature enough to vote than they should be old enough to drink Some people arent mature enough to get married but they do But is it fair that a couple be married and have children yet not be able to drink and have a good time together Smoking is considered a sin to some people as is drinking They should go hand in hand with each other If you can smoke you can drink If you can drink you can smoke Although there are many differences between the two like cigarettes dont make you stumble all around the place and puke on things you still can get addicted to both alcohol and nicotine so why not make an official age where both are considered legal
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