MILITARY & DRUGS.
Argues for use of U.S. military in war against drugs abroad & at home. Outline.
This project is the negative answers to two questions. Should the government ban cyber porn on the Internet? and Should the US end the war on drugs?
Analysis of Steven Soderbergh's 2000 film dealing with the drug trade. Issue of why drugs are grown in poorer countries of Latin America & smuggled into rich countries. Drug cartels. Failure of U.S. War on Drugs. Economic law of supply & demand that governs the drug trade. Plot and motifs of film.
This paper presents a Rogerian argument about the legalization of drugs. It presents both sides of the argument presenting the facts and notes areas of agreement.
The Life of Pablo Escobar
This paper discusses Pablo Escobar and his life as a drug trafficker, tells how he was captured, and discusses the legacy he left to the U.S. and Columbia.
LEGALIZATION OF DRUGS IN CA.
Argues that legalization would reduce crime and release "war on drugs" money for treatment centers and education.
PABLO ESCOBAR AND THE WAR ON DRUGS
Considers the history of Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar, his drug cartel, and the influence of both on the war on drugs. Drug cartels of Latin America.
This paper considers two questions for a debate: the first is whether the war on drugs should be continued in the U.S. and argues that it should. The second is about cyberporn, and should it be banned by the government on the internet, and the answer given is that it should not for adults, but images of those under age 18 should not appear on the internet.