Forest presents Jacob Grier’s book ‘The Rediscovery of Tobacco – smoking, vaping and the creative destruction of the cigarette’

Forest Association U.K. webinar presented Jacob Grier’s book “The Rediscovery of Tobacco – smoking, vaping and the creative destruction of the cigarette” last Thursday the 13-th of May 2021. The author of the good quality and highly informative writing in his book from 2019 Jacob Grier was questioned by Simon Clark, FOREST’s Chairman, hosting guests asking questions and providing solutions and suggestions just as much as the optimism the writer of the book sees and is writing in.

The great reading book is available on Amazon and WHSmith among other major bookstores. Watch the space below for a video presentation webinar by Forest Association U.K. and speaking on vaping the association held one more “Smoking Room” event on why those who smoke should be incentivised to switch to vaping.

The paperback reverse of the book reads “The cigarette is the most lethal consumer product in history. The movement to extinguish smoking, however, has become alarmingly illiberal. Smoking bans have spread beyond restaurants and bars to parks, beaches, and sidewalks; rising cigarette taxes rob the wages of society’s least well-off; moral panic threatens smokers’ access to potentially life-saving e-cigarettes; and smokers are discriminated against, stigmatized, and made to feel unwelcome in society.

What if there’s a better way?

The Rediscovery of Tobacco is a moderate manifesto against the extremes of the anti-smoking movement. This contrarian take on smoking makes the case for respecting the choices of consenting adults, acknowledging the genuine pleasures of pipes and cigars, and encouraging an innovative market for lower-risk competitors that will finally end the deadly reign of the cigarette.”.

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