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Other opponents are the Center for Science in the Public Interest and many branches of national and state government. The struggle to control alcohol use will probably continue for a long time. “In a society that values individual freedom, drawing the lines between rights and responsibilities is hard,” says author Lisa Wolff in her book, Issues in Alcohol. “Lawmakers must balance the public desire to make their own personal decisions about drinking with their demand to be protected against those who abuse this right.
It ended, however, because the law had the opposite effect 31 32 alcohol of what the temperance supporters wanted. Americans believed the right to drink was one of their basic freedoms. Because of this, they found endless ways to get alcohol. ” Prohibition also led to the growth of powerful groups of criminals— CARRY A. NATION Carry A. Nation is probably the most famous member of the temperance movement. Her first husband was an alcoholic who drank himself to death. She later married a lawyer named David Nation and settled in Kansas.
S. state has decided its own drinking age. Until 1984, states raised or lowered their drinking age depending on what the public opinion was. For example, during the Vietnam War in the 1960s and 1970s, 18-year-olds were sent to fight abroad. People thought that if a man was old enough to fight in a war, he was old enough to drink. S. government passed the National Minimum Drinking Age Act. S. President Ronald Reagan signs legislation at the White House Rose Garden on July 17, 1984 that would require all states to only allow people 21 and older to buy and possess alcohol.
Alcohol (Junior Drug Awareness) by Terri Peterson Smith