Analysis Of 'Smoking Is Bad For Everyone So It Should Be Illegal'

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Smoking that is the inhalation of hazardous substances in the body. In “Smoking is Bad for Everyone So It Should Be Illegal,” Sally Chen’s passage is too specific, and I cannot agree her idea of the illegalizing smoking. She argues that many people smoke in public location even though smoking is an additive drug and harmful and causing the death. Moreover, multimedia lead teenagers to smoke which makes them more “mature” and “sophisticated.” Furthermore, she mentions that the government does not solve the essential problem. Politicians suggest two ways to quit the smoking; they raise “taxes” and suggest “no one under eighteen” in the smoking. After reading this passage, her passage emphasizes the hazardous of smoking, and her text makes me
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