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  • The Art Of Manipulation - Art mural deconstructs tobacco ads and identifies how tobacco use affects the lives of the artists and contributors.
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  • Big Tobacco's Deadly Deceits - Article in Midwest Today, June/July 1996. "Cigarette Makers Have Worked Hard to Get Smokers Hooked".
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  • Censored: The Leaked ABC Tape - In March 1994, ABC killed a "Turning Point" documentary on Big Tobacco. Includes the text and some of the video (as QuickTime clips) from the never-aired show.
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  • The Collaborators - Tobacco ads, advertising, and its effect on publications that carry it.
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  • External Influences on News - Lecture outline for college class on media features tobacco examples of self-censorship by news organizations.
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  • Fallout from the Tobacco War - Column explores the impact of the Internet on public information on tobacco and the tobacco industry.
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  • Frontline: Smoke in the Eye: Jeffrey Wigand - Transcript of Frontline report on Wigand, the censored 60 Minutes show, the tobacco industry, and media.
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  • Interview of Dr. Stanton Glantz - Frontline interview; covers the Brown and Willaimson documents; the "settlement"; public health activities; the industry. "This is an industry whose whole thinking and behavior has been dominated by avoiding responsibility for its actions".
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  • Media Firms Buy Their Way To Political Access - Center for Public Integrity report on media political power covers the connections between the tobacco industry and media, such as $1.1 billion in cigarette advertising, and what it buys.
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  • The Nation - Selected Feature - Science writer Philip Hilts, who has written about eighty stories on tobacco, twenty-five on the front page, was summarily removed from that beat three years ago after one particularly uncomplimentary story about Philip Morris.
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  • Philip Morris Complains About Ad Placement - Presents and analyzes a letter that Philip Morris sent to newspapers to complain about where and how its ads ran.
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  • The Search for the Smoking Gun - Book review of Dr. David Kessler's "A Question of Intent" in The Atlantic Monthly; considers the interesting fact that Philip Morris considered buying The Atlantic Monthly in order "to influence the public policy agenda and the information flow to the populace".
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  • Selling Doubt - Chapter from a book on the Brown and Williamson papers documents some examples of tobacco industry influence on media.
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  • Smoking News - Topix - News on smoking collected from diverse sources on the web.
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  • Tobacco Access and Media - Poster session from health conference examines smoking in movies, use of media to send anti-tobacco messages, and developing tobacco media campaigns using youth attitudes.
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  • Tobacco Industry Analysis of Newsweek Article - Interanl tobacco industry memo reveals the history and results of tobacco industry pressure on Newsweek to water down a tobacco story.
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  • TV ACRES: Tobacco Products Section - Summarizes tobacco products hawked on TV, including having the stars smoke the sponsor's product on the show, as well as later history of cigars and cigarettes and TV stars; provides a list of product slogans used on commercials.
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  • washingtonpost.com: Tobacco Report - Washington Post's online library of tobacco stories. Includes breaking news, politics and policy, litigation, health issues, teen smoking, industry news, and opinion.
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  • Youth Smoking and the Media - A project to study how television, anti-smoking advertising, and newspaper coverage of tobacco issues affects youth smoking.
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  • Smoke Screen: Philip Hilts Reveals abuses by Tobacco Companies - Harvard Gazette article on reporting on the tobacco industry. (October 03, 1996)
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  • Smoke, Mirrors, and Censorship - Report on how and why ABC News pulling the plug on a hard-hitting documentary film about the tobacco industry. (October 30, 1995)
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  • The Partnership: Hard Sell in the Drug War - Article from The Nation discusses on the Partnership for a Drug-Free America discusses its tobacco connections such as Philip Morris funding and free ad space in media that take tobacco advertising. (March 09, 1992)
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