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Nicely put: Apt insights from the tobacco control community and others
“[W]hen I was invited recently to give a talk on tobacco advertising to students at a progressive private school outside Boston, the person extending the invitation said she was also going to invite someone from the tobacco industry to represent ‘the other side’. I was tempted to ask her if she felt equally compelled to have a batterer on hand during a discussion of domestic violence.”
Kilbourne J. Deadly persuasion : why women and girls must fight the addictive power of advertising, “Free Press”; ISBN: 0684865998 1999 November.
“I had to tell one of your customers she had lung cancer.”
Dr David O Lewis, to RJ Reynolds CEO Steven Goldstone at a shareholders meeting. Source: Deacle S. Doctor wants to stop tobacco, “Danville Register & Bee” 1999 January 30.
“It was just too blatant, too obvious, too visible an image . . . Joe Camel helped change a nation that wanted to believe the industry didn't market to kids to a nation that didn't doubt that the industry would market to kids.”
Matt Myers, the executive vice president of the National Center for Tobacco-Free Kids. Source: Lost Empire: Chapter 30, Part 1: Joe to the Rescue, “Winston-Salem Journal” 1999 December 17.
“Manna from hell.”
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