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Drug and substance abuse is a problem that can be medically solved and should not be perceived as a crime. This is the main reason why most governments have come up with policies to control the situation within the society. In this review, the focus is on the American government and the ant drug policy formed to contain the situation. The policy is a good move that has created impressions among many people and if it is implemented properly, the problem will be contained and there shall be success in the fight against drug use. Even though this is a good move, there has been an increase of drug use among many citizens and this is an indication that there is failure in the fight.
People have different insights about the war on drug; however, this depends on the formula used to tackle the problem and how an individual views it. This is what will make an individual learn and gain understanding about the war on drug. Based on the movie, there are new insights that can be learned. To begin with, the anti- drug policy can create more positive impacts to the nation if the authority implements it well; it is a chance for reflection.
Drug addiction is increasing day by day in the United States of America; the usage is too much and should be declared a national disaster. The concerned authority and citizens should join hands to address this issue before getting out of control. There are different things that can be done reduce the addiction. These include conducting seminars to enlighten the society on dangers and negative effects to the lives of the people, include the drug and substance abuse in the school syllabus to enable students to learn it right from the class. On the other hand, it is the responsibility of each citizen to ensure that they stay away from the drug and concentrate with the activities that help in building the economy. A part from these, there are also many