From the discussion it is clear thatthe problem of drug legalization can be viewed from philosophic point of view. A bright example is the article of Peter De Marneffe “Against the Legalization of Heroin”. Though making the sell and use of narcotics legal may improve the drinking problem of the society and reduce the number of people who prefer to relax and get rid of stress with the help of strong beverages, the author openly opposes the drug legalization policy explaining it with the fact that such experimental approach may cause unexpected effects on the future life of youngsters in poor communities.This paper declares that general availability of drugs will lead to inadequate behavior of the parents with simultaneous inappropriate breeding of their children because youngsters will not have opportunities for a good education, development of job skills and others. This statement makes sense because children are great imitators of their parents, hence, seeing foul behavior of own mother and father, they can easily accept something ethically wrong and immoral as normal standard and pattern. Especially in the age of teenagers, it is quite common to complain about the complexity of life and stick to additional sources, such as cigarettes, alcohol and drugs, that help to ease tension, provide relaxation and pleasure. The biggest threat is that in a moment of emotional breakdown, the use of drugs may force a person to make irrevocable actions. In this respect, it will affect the crime rate especially among the representatives of poor communities due to their narrow range of chances for success.