posed strategy for reducing underage drinking will be enhanced if the components are pursued simultaneously. However, we do not view the proposed strategy as an “all or none” proposition. In fact, implementation of the strategy requires the involvement of a range of decision makers from a variety of settings and levels of government, all of whom will be acting on different timetables with different constraints. Action on any one component should not be regarded as contingent on simultaneous action on any or all of the other components of our proposed strategy.
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