A Big U.S. Tax Hike Should Hasten Smoking's Decline...Gene Koretz
Cigarette consumption in the U.S., which plunged 26% per capita between 1981 and 1990, appears to have leveled off in recent years. And while some observers attribute this to a new sybaritic attitude among Americans, economist Kenneth E. Warner of the University of Michigan is skeptical.
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