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Why the smoking ban exposes the ‘right side of history’ delusion

19 April 2024

4:00 PM

19 April 2024

4:00 PM

As a conservative non-smoker who in his youth was a libertarian twenty-a-day man, I can see both sides of the argument over the government’s recent anti-smoking legislation. Sure, cigarettes can be delicious, and it’s entirely up to the adult individual, not the state, whether he or she decides to light up.

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