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    All people - companies - countries will do what they can to make money. We all have our own personal codes and lines that we will not cross. However, we all have different lines. An action that is offensive to one person might be a perfectly legit way to make money to another person. An easy example would be a country the legalizes and sells marijuana or cocaine.

    Is this a legitimate way to make money or an offensive trade that should be banned?

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    The answer to this question depends on the effects of selling these items on the lives of others. Thus, the action of selling drugs is not immoral or offensive by itself. We have to look at the results on the lives of other ...

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    All people - companies - countries will do what they can to make money. We all have our own personal codes and lines that we will not cross. However, we all have different lines. An action that is offensive to one person might be a perfectly legit way to make money to another person. An easy example would be a country the legalizes and sells marijuana or cocaine.

    Is this a legitimate way to make money or an offensive trade that should be banned?

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