D. None of the Above
Just cuz you can't see it doesn't mean it don't exist
In fact, Tobacco use continues to this day. Although measures were introduced to effectively reduce
harm and use, there remains no popular explanation as to why consumption continues...
Throughout history it seems people in general have always engaged in activities contrary to their own
self interests. While most would acknowledge the risks of tobacco (or any other risky-behavior) the
issue seems to root in realm of 'personal liberty'. In times past some tobacco users would actually
increase consumption in response to perceived intrusions upon personal liberties.
Of course this begs the question...Does addiction shape perspective of 'liberty' or, does the quest for
liberty and individuation lead some to elect counterproductive expressions?
Tobacco policy has evolved over the years and the present seems to discourage the behavior to the
extent it is possible. Perhaps the most significant measure support this outcome was the progressing
limitations placed on manufacturing
As it is in these times the sale of tobacco is limited only unto itself- no additives, no manufactured
product. Those who imbibe, 'roll their own'. There are no warning labels to be found as there are no
boxes upon which they would otherwise be placed.
Essentially, the debate has been removed from the public arena and those who 'roll' do so in
response to internal motives- not in anyway a visceral response to ineffectual 'pleas for cause' in
It is not advertised nor, is it vilified. It is not subject to its own tax on sales or, legislated restrictions.
It is regarded as 'equal' to all other addictive substances in the realm of potential harm.
3. In what decade was the consumption of tobacco eliminated?
use of tobacco
in the future
Essentially, the debate has been removed from the public arena and those who 'roll' do so in response to internal motives- not in anyway a visceral response to ineffectual pleas for cause in prohibition