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Abstract

Fifty five years ago this month, America reached a hazardous milestone: “peak tobacco.” Men and women that year smoked more cigarettes than ever before recorded—523 billion of them. Only after four decades of slow decline – and millions of smoking-related deaths – did American culture reluctantly jettison tobacco as a symbol of social status.

Citation

Barron, Carrie, Nicco Mele, and Michael Phillips Moskowitz. "Our Digital Lives Don’t Need to Make Us Unhappy, Unhealthy, and Unwise." Harvard Business Review. February 13, 2019.