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Lowering US drinking age from 21 to 18: Would a drinking-age of 18 lower deaths from alcohol?

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  • Lowering the Drinking Age Would Not Decrease Deaths

    In the United States, we already have many alcohol related deaths involving young people. If the drinking age was lowered from 21 to 18, I think that even younger people would begin to drink. Additionally, there may be more car accidents due to people driving while intoxicated. While I understand the arguments for lowering the drinking age and agree with some of them, I just don't think it would be safe.

  • No, if anything, it would raise the number of deaths from alcohol.

    There is no logical reason to lower the drinking age. Eighteen year old children should not be out in bars drinking. If a parent wants to allow a beer or glass of wine with dinner in their own home, fine, but children that age should not be able to be out drinking in public legally. The number of drunk driving deaths went down when the drinking age was raised to 21. Why would we want to go backwards?


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