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Five decades ago, restaurants, parks, and schools were shrouded in a cloud of smoke, and U.S. Surgeon General Luther Terry was trying to see through the haze. To find a meaningful way to investigate and convey the dangers of smoking, he created the A...

Selling Smoke Under Fire

Five decades ago, restaurants, parks, and schools were shrouded in a cloud of smoke, and U.S. Surgeon General Luther Terry was trying to see through the haze. To find a meaningful way to investigate and convey the dangers of smoking, he created the A...

There is a fascinating irony about the way that humans go about constructing streets: Boulevard after boulevard is paved not for people, but for their cars, trucks, and buses. Our vehicle-centric transit worldview is so deeply ingrained that in the E...

Health Policy Hits the Streets

There is a fascinating irony about the way that humans go about constructing streets: Boulevard after boulevard is paved not for people, but for their cars, trucks, and buses. Our vehicle-centric transit worldview is so deeply ingrained that in the E...