Up In Smoke
Do spiraling youth smoking rates signify lost battles in the war on tobacco or a stubborn defiance by twentysomethings who should know better?
Thursday, August 21, 1997
...As anti-tobacco activists begrudgedly admit, despite Herculean efforts to reduce smoking rates, particularly among the nations youth, pop-culture's growing re-acceptance of the habit as witnessed through the movies, music videos, and the lifestyle choices of today's young adults, reflects a mind-boggling surge in the popularity of Public Enemy Number One: cigarettes.
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