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Submitted by Christian (United States), Apr 6, 2007 at 19:20

You have a persuasive argument. But to be able to change a country like the US would be very difficult. I agree that alcohol is a major factor on the crime in the US. Many people do really stupid things when under the influence of alcohol. I agree that it should be illegal. If they are going to offer alcohol legally, then why not legalize all drugs?

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