Monday, January 9, 2017

The Legalization of Recreational Marijuana

The very word sparks a reaction in anyone who hears it. It is the to the highest degree moot and widely use outlaw(a) drug in America. ganja is a term used to describe the dried flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant. Smoking ganja releases delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol, alike known as THC, which is the capital mind-altering ingredient in hemp that produces the feeling of being high. It has been used both recreationally and medicatively for centuries. There are numerous accounts of its medicinal qualities in ternary historical artifacts. Its use dates guts to 2737 B.C. when the Chinese emperor, Shen Nung, used it for medicinal purposes including malaria, gout, poor memory, rheumatism, and analgesia (Aggarwal). Even though it had been around for thousands of years, smoking marijuana recreationally only began to spread in the United States in the 1920s. racial discrimination and misinformation were the main reasons that it was originally criminalized in the early 1930 s. The floor of marijuanas criminalization is colorful and detailed, simply more often than non beyond the scope of this paper. molest J. Anslinger was the first commissioner of the Federal chest of drawers of Narcotics (which is now the DEA). He was racial and a bigot, which was not preposterous in those days, but since he was in a survey of power, congress assumed he knew what he was talking close when he stated, Most marijuana smokers are Negroes, Hispanics, jazz musicians, and entertainers. Their evil music is driven by marijuana, and marijuana smoking by white women makes them want to attempt sexual relations with Negroes, entertainers, and others. It is a drug that causes insanity, criminality, and death the most violence-causing drug in the history of mankind (Gerber 9). This alone was not enough to criminalize marijuana, but it unquestionably helped the cause. Many wad still believe straightaway that marijuana is evil and would definitely vote against its le galization overdue to preconceived notions suc...

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