The People Vs. Big Tobacco by Carrick Mollenkamp
How the States Took on the Cigarette Giants

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For the first time, the facts behind the scorching of Big Tobacco are woven into a single investigative narrative. Written in the fast-paced, riveting style by a reporting team positioned from the beginning inside the frame with key players from all sides of the legal battleground, this book lets readers become insiders themselves in one of the most amazing social and financial dramas of our century. Photos.

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Published January 15, 1998 by Bloomberg Press. 368 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Confidential records leaks, whistle-blower defections, the reelection of a vocal anti-tobacco president, the hubris of tobacco executives, who outraged Americans by testifying before Congress that tobacco is not addictive--as related here, all these events and more conspired to make tobacco's dow...

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