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An extremely compensatible cigarette by design: documentary evidence on industry awareness and reactions to the Barclay filter design cheating the tar testing system
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    Status correction - W D E Irwin

    I am the “WDE Irwin” quoted on page 67 as follows: “Years later (1985), WDE Irwin, a technician with BAT in England, was asked how a grooved filter could be made that would avoid criticism but also provide good taste. He concluded: ‘Finally for cigarettes, I believe it to be a self evident truth not only is there no smoke without fire, but also there is no kick without smoke.’”

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