In the 1980's, tobacco was king. Although the Surgeon General's report clearly listed the many harmful effects of cigarette smoking, the tobacco industry stood firm in its stance that there was no verifiable evidence that cigarette smoking was harmful to smokers and certainly not to nonsmokers. Smoking was permitted in all public places-even hospitals. It was glamorized in the entertainment world and the millions spent on advertisement to encourage the trend.
Today, the tobacco industry is running scared, as lawsuits against them are beginning to be won. The comeuppance of tobacco has been painfully slow in coming. It has taken decades of dedicated effort by lawyers and tobacco victims. But it could have happened sooner if Philip Ash had really existed.
If you are a reformed smoker, trying to quit, or if you are bothered or concerned about smoking, then Ashes to Ashes is for you.
D.B. Clark is a professor and clinical psychologist with more than 30 years experience, who has helped hundreds of clients quit smoking. Ashes to Ashes is an attempt to encourage and inspire smokers to quit and to entertain and reward those who have already succeeded.
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