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Hong-Van Nguyen English Composition 102 Tobacco and Alcohol Advertising Since the surgeon general first declared tobacco dangerous to people’s health in the 1960s, various measures have been adopted to try to lower rates of youth tobacco use. Measures implemented in the past include minimum-age laws, education programs, and local cities banning cigarette-vending machines. Similar policies have been adopted in the past to address underage alcohol consumption, but many people under the age of 21 (the minimum drinking age) continue to use and abuse alcohol. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations and Kennedy’s bill say that alcohol and tobacco companies are consciously peddling dangerous and illegal products to children by using sports personalities, cartoon characters, or animal mascots in their commercials. They maintain that many of the companies recognize that the best way for them to attract new smokers and drinkers is to hook people when they are young. Regulation advocates argue that products that are potentially addictive and unhealthy,
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course ENGLISH 102 taught by Professor Brittan during the Spring '07 term at Harrisburg Area Community College.

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