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Summary: Women in foreign countries resort to producing drugs for dealers to sell in order to survive. People in poor countries are resorting to drug trafficking to make a living and to support their families. Some poor countries include Puerto Rico, Romania, small cities in Africa, and countries in North-Eastern Europe. At this time, no laws exist in these communities to solve this problem.
A big problem throughout the world is the misuse of drugs and the way they are distributed. Women in foreign countries resort to producing drugs for dealers to sell in order to survive. People in poor countries are resorting to drug trafficking to make a living and to support their families. Some poor countries include Puerto Rico, Romania, small cities in Africa, and countries in North-Eastern Europe. At this time, no laws exist in these communities to solve this problem, but by placing laws in the communities this may change. If drug restrictions were enforced and other means of living were provided, women and their families in foreign countries would no longer be drug slaves.

The elimination of drugs in the world would force women of poor countries to find new jobs, allowing them to live in a more developed and fair society. By eliminating...

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