Articles by Samuel Bachrach
AMERICA IN THE 1960's and 1970's has witnessed two minor revolutions. One is the recognition of the rights of many minority groups. Another is the recognition that tobacco-smoking is a serious health hazard to all who are unfortunate enough to be habituated. Moreover, it is now abundantly clear that those nonsmokers who find themselves in proximity to smokers must unwillingly suffer, in good part, the same adverse health consequences. . .