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They make make a mistake by attempting to control other persons drinking. If these education leaders were sincere in their concern, it would be more logical, manageable, and thoughtful about the changing character of youth today to raise the age for college admission.
The 21 drinking age spurs those under 21 to drink as much as they can whenever they can, instead of being taught by their parents that alcohol should be used in moderation with food or to stimulate social interaction.
And the OLCC's Soviet-style control of alcohol is a result of MADD's predecessors not wanting the "open saloon" to come back to Oregon after the failure of Prohibition.