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HARFORD: The problem with facts / Tim Harford on how today’s politicians deal with inconvenient truths

Just before Christmas 1953, the bosses of America’s leading tobacco companies met John Hill, the founder and chief executive of one of America’s leading public relations firms, Hill & Knowlton. Despite the impressive surroundings — the Plaza Hotel, overl
Financial Times (uk)
added Mar 19, 2017 14:00
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[California] From the Archives: Using a pacifier in an anti-smoking campaign

In a Nov. 4, 1979, Los Angeles Times story, staff photographer Ken Lubas, reported:... After years of using a pacifier in his anti-smoking talks aimed at young people, Alex Andres expanded his lectures to include adult audiences. He reached adults by lec
Los Angeles Times
added Apr 2, 2017 16:57
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[UK] Steve Hewlett: Radio 4 presenter dies at the age of 58

He was diagnosed last March with cancer of the oesophagus.
BBC Online
added Feb 24, 2017 14:25
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Editorial: Blog fog? Using rapid response to advance science and promote debate [FREE FULL TEXT]

the growing use of personal blogs to criticise published articles has led us to reflect...Recent comments posted on some personal blogs impugn the objectivity of Tobacco Control and its reviewers, questioning our motives and the veracity of peer review.
Tobacco Control
added Feb 20, 2017 17:11
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PONNURU: Secondhand Smoke, Not That Dangerous

Slate goes through the evidence that the dangers of secondhand smoke have been vastly exaggerated. The exaggerated claims about the health impact of secondhand smoke were central to the successful campaign to get smoking banned in most enclosed public pla
National Review
added Feb 15, 2017 20:53
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George T. Conway III

In addition, Mr. Conway played a substantial role in prosecuting one of the most prominent defamation cases in recent memory (Philip Morris v. American Broadcasting Cos.).
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
added Feb 5, 2017 03:17
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The ‘Esquire Man’ Is Dead. Long Live the ‘Esquire Man.’

Esquire magazine, long the man’s bible, looks to chart a new course in an era of transgender bathrooms and pink hats. / “There’s no cigar smoke wafting through the pages,” Mr. Fielden said
New York Times
added Feb 4, 2017 15:24
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Appendix II: Selected Media Clips on Corruption and Anti-Competitive Allegations against BAT

November 30, 2015 The secret bribes of big tobacco paper trail Daily Mail / November 30, 2015 BBC reports BAT tobacco giant paid bribes in east Africa Forbes / December 1, 2015 An Exceptional Insight into Commercial Bribery Practices at British American T
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Feb 3, 2017 19:31
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[Connecticut] New White House press secretary's grudge against the media dates back DECADES to when he was on the student council – and his college paper called him 'Sean Sphincter'

what inflamed Spicer was the kicker. 'The policy also will not correct the current policy of creating smoking and non-smoking rooms for self-scheduled exams, according to an amendment added by Sean Sphincter, house senator of JA,' according to the articl
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 23, 2017 13:23
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[Connecticut] Sean Spicer’s War With the Media Goes Back to His College Days

1993, when The College Voice’s “This Week in Assembly” column detailed an amendment to ensure that an antismoking regulation would not affect existing rules for the creation of smoking and nonsmoking rooms for exams, sponsored by one “Sean Sphincter.”
New York Times
added Jan 23, 2017 13:01
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