Banning Traditional Cigarettes

755 Words Jan 30th, 2018 3 Pages
It is a common concern, especially among young people. After all, who does not want to feel accepted among his or her peers? Including young people, other audiences like adults are more concerned with simply feeling good. As an adult, life can get very stressful and people want a way to relax and take the edge off things. What many believe solutions to these problems include things such as alcohol and tobacco, and Marijuana increasing as of more recently. Dating back ages ago, various tobacco products have been uncovered or created, paving their way into popularity and subsequent frequent recreational use. As of the early 20th century, cigarettes have boomed in popularity and it was the “hip” thing to do. Santa, doctors, and even babies advertised for big tobacco companies. Looking back at vintage advertisements from the eras like the 1920s and throughout the 1950s, one can make the connections of how mainstream tobacco cigarettes were although little research was conducted about how they effect health. As of today, extensive research has been made and many actions & campaigns have shown that there is more than meets the eye, and that cigarettes are not as great as they are embellished to be. All of that leads me to say the production and selling of traditional tobacco cigarettes should be made illegal.
Starting off with health concerns, it would be beneficial to everyone if this ban did indeed…
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