Why Smoking Should Be Banned in Public Places
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... argument of why smoking should be banned in public places
Tobacco its self can be traced back as far as 1 B.C. but the act of smoking tobacco has also been around for quite some time. In fact, accounts of its use and history can be traced as far back as 1492. (Randall, V. 1999) Smoking can be considered a hobby, a passed time, a way to relax someone’s nerves, a way to think, an addiction and more, and because of these reasons, smoking as become part of the lives of many individuals. So much so that they choose to smoke despite warnings regarding its negative effects, physical signs of smoking that have taken its toll on the body, and rules against smoking. Most of us already know about its negative e...