David, Esson, Perucic, and Fitzpatrick start of by talking about how tobacco use in the United States should be a public health priority and why it deserves more attention and adequate number of resources to effectively address the issue of tobacco utilization among smokers. They then go on to provide an analysis of the inequities in tobacco utilization, tobacco related health outcomes, the consequences associated with tobacco use and the social determinants of tobacco utilization. The authors then go on to discuss how the utilization of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control can be implemented to reduce inequities in tobacco use and utilization of a social determinants approach can be done. David, Esson, Perucic, and Fitzpatrick then go on to talk about possible interventions that be used to effectively address tobacco use by paying attention to socioeconomic factors, and different exposures and vulnerabilities faced by each population. They also mention how different health care outcomes can be observed based on available cessation services. Lastly, they go on to discuss the possible implications that can be observed if inequities in tobacco use are monitored and if a social determinants approach is utilized to help with controlling the utilization of tobacco.