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Jacob Pea E3306-Spring April 22 1997 Mrs Maynard Perspectives on Smoking Cigarettes cigars and smokeless tobacco have been around for many generations There are good views towards it obviously because a large portion of our population uses it and there are bad views especially from those who feel that teenagers are being targeted by the smoking industry Teenagers smoking is the major concern today due to the fact that 80 of adult smokers started smoking before the age of 18 and every day nearly 3000 young people under the age of 18 become regular smokers CDC-Overview 1 The government along with portions of the mass media are against teenage smoking while teenagers and tobacco producers represent tobacco use if it be through advertisement or patronage The government views on smoking or tobacco use in general are very open minded to adults but when it comes to children under the age of 18 the government feels it must put its foot down The government considers adults to be able to make their own decisions and protect their body from harm which is why much of the attention is stressed on teenagers It is safe to say that the government is a sufficient source to generate information being that one of their main goals is to provide for the public good Being an adult having attained full size and strength grown up mature means having had prior experience and proper education to be able to say no If one does not accept the responsibilities and consequences it is a personal choice made by that person that should have been given good judgment The US government does not have any restraints or legislation passed affecting those over the age of 18 and which regard tobacco use No the government has not given up hope on the older generations but seeks mainly to inform them of the hazards
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