In the essay "Smoking Is Bad For Everyone So It Should Be Illegal" the author
Sally Chen speaks of the problems with the governments involvement in the tobacco
industry and the problems with the selling of tobacco to children. Chen starts off by
pointing out the views of children who smoke, and the sense that smoking makes them
more refined. Although Chen also achnologes the fact that the children understand what
they are getting
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also brings to light on how the laws and regulations forbidding the sales of
tobacco to minors are easily be surpassed by children. Furthermore Chen strongly
opposes the sales of tobacco and believes that tobacco should be outlawed and that there
should be an amendment set against it.
Chen, Sally. "Smoking Is Bad For Everyone So It Should Be Banned" Reading and
Writing Short Arguments. 2nd Ed. Ed. William Vesterman. Mountain View, CA:
Mayfield. 1997. 50-51.