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* Portions of this book draw heavily on the following research: B. Samuels and S. Glantz, “The politics of local tobacco control” , JAMA 1991;266:2110-2117 (copyright American Medical Association, 1991); M. Traynor, M. Begay, and S. Glantz, “New tobacco industry strategy to prevent local tobacco control” , JAMA 1993;270:479-486 (copyright American Medical Association, 1993); H. Macdonald and S. Glantz, “Political realities of statewide smoking legislation: The passage of California's Assembly Bill AB 13” , Tobacco Control 1994;4:1081-1085 (copyright BMJ Publishing Group); M. Traynor and S. Glantz, “California's tobacco tax initiative: The development and passage of Proposition 99” , JHPPL 1996;21:543-585; S. Glantz, J. Slade, L. Bero, P. Hanauer, D. Barnes, The cigarette papers (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996); H. Macdonald, S. Aguinaga, and S. Glantz, “The defeat of Philip Morris' "California Uniform Tobacco Control Act,"” Am J Pub Health 1997; 87:1989-1996 (copyright American Public Health Association, 1997); E. Balbach and S. Glantz, “Tobacco control advocates must demand high-quality media campaigns” , Tobacco Control (1998; 7:397-408; copyright BMJ Publishing Group). We thank the copyright holders for permission to use this material.


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