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Play It Again is a section of the journal where we re-publish quotes, gaffes, and immortal lines from friends and foes of tobacco control. Please send any contributions to this page to Simon Chapman, deputy editor, at the address on the inside front cover. Please enclose an original version or photocopy of the sourced item. This issue’s column was compiled by Simon Chapman and Ron Davis.

“Sophisticated, enigmatic, or macho. Top class, cosmopolitan, or wild and free, image sells tobacco products. And packaging is at the heart of the image making process. Which is why the strongest brands choose Lawson Mardon Packaging to bring their products to life.”

One to remember next time you hear the tobacco industry attempting to claim packaging is not integral to their marketing strategies. In: Advertisement, Lawson Mardon Packaging. Bringing Products to Life.Tobacco Reporter Aug 1997:21.

“We think it’s truly an excellent settlement.”

Lawyer Stanley Rosenblatt, after the tobacco industry agreed to pay $349 million to settle a $5 billion class-action lawsuit brought by 60 000 flight attendants who said they’d been injured by inhaling secondhand smoke in airline cabins. Rosenblatt …

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