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How old do you have to be to buy cigarettes in your country? 2. Do women smoke? 3. How are people encouraged or discouraged from smoking in your country? 4. Is it considered impolite to smoke in front of teachers, elders, parents, or bosses? 5. Should smoking be banned in any of the following places: offices, elevators, schools, stores, airplanes, buses, subways, restaurants, or theaters? Why or why not? 6. Tobacco companies argue that prohibiting a person from smoking where he or she wants to is an affront to one's personal freedom.

And they would frustrate his efforts to maintain a "clean, fresh so atmosphere" in Pacific's handsome new offices. Job candidates at Seattle-based Radar Electric Inc. " written in red at 35 the top of the application form. Those 32 who answer "yes" are told they needn't bother filling out the rest of the form. There won't be any job for them at Radar. Several hundred confessed smokers have been turned 40 away since Radar President Warren McPherson started the policy five years ago. He defends his stance by quoting a private survey that showed that nonsmoking employees of the 45 electrical-equipment maker were more productive than those who smoked.

Smoking can be restricted to well-ventilated areas. People have the right to spend their money as they see fit. If tobacco were banned, people would grow it illegally. TABLE 4-1 Fact Sheet on Smoking 54 million Americans smoke. 75 percent started before they were 21. The average American smoker buys a pack and a half of cigarettes a day. 34 miftton Americans have quit smoking. A cigarette smoker is 10 times more likely to die of lung cancer than a nonsmoker. 122 000 Americans will die of lung cancer this year.

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