January 1979: The original exposé on smoking.
July/August 1993: How the makers of Kent cigarettes withheld information about their asbestos filters.
January/February 1995: Pesticides and their threats to Mexican tobacco field workers.
March/April 1996: The tobacco industry is down, but nowhere near out.
March/April 1996: ABC backs away from a tobacco lawsuit it knew it could win.
March/April 1996: Paula Poundstone hacks away at cigar bars.
Produced by WGBH in Boston, this is the Frontline web site, featuring the text of a recently-aired documentary and resources relating to the tobacco debate.
A concise, insightful look at this very hot issue.
A surprising list of links to media, arts, and political organizations that are involved with the tobacco industry.
Another view of the youth-market debate, including information on a PM/RJR boycott.
What one Australian group is doing to fight cigarette advertising.
Morales has filed suit against the tobacco giants, despite industry attempts to intimidate his office.
A detailed and fairly current account of the state’s political climate toward tobacco interests.
Some very good (if somewhat eclectic) links to anti-smoking pages.
Comprehensive and updated frequently, this is a good place to start your Web research.
This page has a very good list of smoking-cessation resources. If you’re a smoker who wants to ditch the habit, check this out.
The Master Anti-Smoking Page A veritable encyclopedia of news and views on smoking. Probably the deepest reference available at this time.
Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) One of the oldest anti-tobacco organizations around.
For you advanced Hellraisers…here’s your chance.
Also known as NicNet. Another great resource.