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Hi,

I'd go for an explanation of why smoking creates external costs to society (and hence market failure) with a diagram about the negative externality of consumption and then I'd go on to the tax (explain how a tax can solve the problem) together with new diagram: same as the first one, but now with a shift of the MPC upwards (and thus new equil. quantity closer to the socially optimal one).

Make sure that you explain both diagrams in detail and that you stay focused on the article. Hope this helps.

Thanks,

EconDaddy
IB Economics teacher, examiner and tutor
www.econdaddy.com

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