Drastic action may be counterproductive


I AM writing in response to “Tobacco control: Which is more important – liberty or safety?” (June 28; https://bit.ly/3P3wbvt).

The writer argues that the “slippery slope” argument in banning cigarettes is invalid because smoking is not the same as other unhealthy lifestyle habits, such as alcohol consumption.

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