Endorsements for Ending The Tobacco Holocaust:

Endorsements for Ending The Tobacco Holocaust: how Big Tobacco affects our health, pocketbook and political freedom, and what we can do about it.

“Whatever short-lived pleasure it may provide, there is now no doubt that the use of tobacco is a cause of much disease and misery. The most effective way of persuading people to modify their behavior and give up bad habits such as smoking is to make them aware of the dangers involved. This book will surely go a long way towards doing this.”
Tenzin Gyatso, His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama

"There are a billion reasons to buy this book."
Robert G. Allen,
author of Creating Wealth, Cracking The Millionaire Code, The One Minute Millionaire, Multiple Streams of Internet Income, Multiple Streams of Income, and Nothing Down for the 2000s

"The book is outstanding and tells a compelling story about the tremendous dangers of cigarette smoking and second hand smoke. I hope that one day smoking, like polio, will be a distant memory."
Robert Pearl M.D., Executive Director and CEO of The Permanente Medical Group Inc.

"At last, here is a book in plain language, written to be understood by the layman. It tells the epic, tragic story of the massive devastation caused by tobacco. Its hopeful conclusion offers several approaches to resolving the problem. It's a great read, full of quotes and stories, many of which inspired me. For those who desire clarity and insight into today's tobacco wars, this is the book."
Patrick Reynolds, Grandson of R.J. Reynolds, founder of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, and President, Tobaccofree.Org

"This wonderful book, Ending The Tobacco Holocaust, is an excellent 'must read' for everyone - for the smokers who want to quit their tobacco addiction, for the nonsmokers who want to do something to protect themselves from the sicknesses, diseases and deaths caused by second hand tobacco smoke, and for the smokers and nonsmokers to work together in a comprehensive and intelligent way to stop this world wide tobacco genocide."
Patty Young, the flight attendant who started the movement for smoke-free airlines. Patty Young serves on the Board of Trustees of the Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute (http://www.famri.org).

"We hardly need another reason to quit, or stay off, cigarettes, but this meticulously researched book provides many: from an exposé of the way cigarettes are pushed to children overseas, to the causality between smoking and mental illness."
AARP The Magazine, (http://www.aarpmagazine.org/books/books_for_grownups_june07.html).

"The Tobacco Holocaust is vividly and objectively portrayed in this excellent book. It is a must read for understanding the world-wide devastation caused by smoking".
Ernest P. Noble, Ph.D., M.D., Director of the Alcohol Research Center and Pike Pofessor, UCLA Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Science Department, and former Director of the National Institutes of Health's National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

"This powerful book talks preventive health in a major way. Ending the Tobacco Holocaust takes the most comprehensive look at one of the leading causes of death in America. Inside you find not only the historical, political and spiritual perspectives to this complex issue but the motivation to make healthy changes for you and your loved ones. This message has the potential to dramatically change the health of this world."
Neal Barnard, M.D., President, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (http://www.prcm.org).

"This book, ENDING THE TOBACCO HOLOCAUST, addresses very forcefully the greatest single threat to human health world wide. The term HOLOCAUST is appropriate as the author points out, because the manufacturers were aware of the dangers that their products presented but went on with their sales for the huge profits they gained. If this book prevents a single person from smoking, then using a term from the Jewish Haggadah, Dayenu, that would be sufficient."
Rabbi Joshua Stampfer, Rabbi Emeritus of Congregation Neveh Shalom, and creator or the driving force behind the creation of many important Jewish organizations and institutions, including Camp Solomon Schechter, the Oregon Holocaust Resource Center, the Oregon Jewish Museum, the Institute for Judaic Studies, and the Institute for Crypto-Judaic Studies.