Significance Of A Decline In Cigarette Use On Tax Revenues

1966-12-00

A report by Joseph H. Murphy regarding the effect a cigarette tax will have on the rate of smoking. Suggests, based on past data, that after an initial downfall in the smoking rate, it will rise again to its original rate. Indicates that cigarette taxes are not a good way to discourage smoking.

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