The Curious Case of the Light Cigarette

In the mid-1960s, another kind of cigarette showed up in America. Producers called them “lights,” and promoted that increasingly complex channels, exceptionally permeable paper, and new tobacco mixes diminished the tar and nicotine that smokers breathed in. The “lights” were the tobacco organizations’ response to open worry about the connection among smoking and lung malignant … Read moreThe Curious Case of the Light Cigarette