The People Vs Big Tobacco

Author: Carrick Mollenkamp
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ISBN: 9781576600573
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Written in the fast-paced, riveting style by a reporting team positioned from the beginning inside the frame with key players from all sides of the legal battleground, this book lets readers become insiders themselves in one of the most ...

Up In Smoke

Author: Martha A. Derthick
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1483304647
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From Legislation to Litigation in Tobacco Politics Martha A. Derthick. they are
making ... Big Tobacco: How the States Took on the Cigarette Giants (Princeton,
N.J.: Bloomberg, 1998), 185. 7. Mollenkamp et al., The People vs. Big Tobacco,
86.

The Government Taketh Away

Author: Leslie A. Pal
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 9781589014459
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The Politics of Pain in the United States and Canada Leslie A. Pal, R. Kent
Weaver ... (New York: Henry Holt, 1998); Carrick Mollenkamp et al., The People
vs. Big Tobacco: How the States Took on the Cigarette Giants (Princeton, NJ:
Bloomberg Press, 1998); Peter Jacobson and Kenneth E. Warner, "Litigation and
Public ...

Tobacco Industry And Smoking

Author: Fred C. Pampel
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438119038
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This journalistic examination of the U.S. tobacco industry contains information on
current tobacco farming, government ... The People vs. Big Tobacco: How the
States Took on the Cigarette Giants. Princeton, N.J.: Bloomberg Press, 1998.

Whistle Blowers

Author: Matt Doeden
Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books
ISBN: 1467763128
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Journalist and social historian Richard Kluger takes a comprehensive look at the
history of tobacco, from early Native ... The People vs. Big Tobacco: How the
States Took on the Cigarette Giants. Princeton, NJ: Bloomberg Press, 1998.

Suing The Tobacco And Lead Pigment Industries

Author: Donald G. Gifford
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472117149
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Carrick Mollenkamp et al., The People vs. Big Tobacco: How the States Took On
the Cigarette Giants (Princeton, NJ: Bloomberg Press, 1998), 29 (quoting Don
Barrett). 3. A different and more colorful account of how the idea of a direct
parens ...

The Price Of Smoking

Author: Frank A. Sloan
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262195102
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Estimation of Smoking-attributable Public Expenditures for the State of
Mississippi, 1970–2000. ... The People vs. Big Tobacco: How the States Took on
the Cigarette Giants. Princeton, N.J.; Bloomberg Press. Moore, M.J., and James
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Kivalina

Author: Christine Shearer
Publisher: Haymarket Books
ISBN: 1608461718
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“Theorizing about Trial Courts: Lawyers, Policymaking, and Tobacco Litiga- tion.”
Law &SocialInquiry 23, no. ... The People vs. Big Tobacco: How the States Took
On the Cigarette Giants. New York: Bloomberg Press, 1998. Molotch, Harvey.

Politics Health And Health Care

Author: Theodore R. Marmor
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300110871
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“Children and Bystanders First: The Ethics and Politics of Tobacco Control in the
United States,” by Ronald Bayer and James Colgrove 2. ... Politics in the United
States and Canada (Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2001); Carrick Mollenkamp
, Adam Levy, Joseph Menn, and Jeffrey Rothfeder, The People vs. Big Tobacco:
How the States Took On the Cigarette Giants (Princeton: Bloomberg Press, ...

Businessweek

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COMMENTARY By Lorraine Woellert and Mike France TORT REFORM HAS
FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES The State Farm, case is the ... That's music to the
ears of lawyers who defend Big Tobacco, carmakers, drug companies, insurers,
and banks. Such companies all do business with consumers and can easily be
portrayed as evildoers in courtroom David-vs.-Goliath tales. Giant punitive
awards routinely rock these industries, freak out investors, and play havoc with
stock prices.