After the success of the movement, the CBS television network adopted the Stop the Madness name for a long running series of public service announcements addressing forms of drug abuse, addictions, alcoholism, and other social issues at concern to the general public. The current stars of CBS always spoke directly to the viewer in short but effective spots. The campaign ran until the mid-1990s, whereupon it was succeeded by specialty campaigns such as The Arts Enrich Us All and currently, CBS Cares.
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Apr 26, 2009; firstname.lastname@example.org Phil Hernandez grew up as one of seven children. His father was worried about money. His mother was in...