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Smoke-free: how one city successfully banned smoking in all indoor public places
  1. W Oakes
  1. The Cancer Council NSW, Australia; wendyo@nswcc.org.au

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    Edited by Barbara McLintock. Published by Granville Island Publishing (www.granville-islandpublishing.com), 2004, pp 216. ISBN 1-894694-31-7.

    Banning smoking in public places

    This book is simultaneously depressing and reassuring for people involved in the battle to remove environmental tobacco smoke from public places. The tactics used to oppose a bylaw requiring all public places, including bars, to be smoke-free in Greater Victoria in Canada in the late 1990s are depressingly familiar to those currently fighting for smoke-free bars in Australia. On the other …

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