The Cigarette Papers


 expand sectionChapter 1  Looking through a Keyhole at the Tobacco Industry
 collapse sectionChapter 2  Smoking and Disease: The Tobacco Industry's Earliest Responses
 Filter Cigarettes And The "Tar Derby"
 Early Advertising Claims
 B&W's Internal Research Program
 collapse sectionThe Council For Tobacco Research
 Tirc's Organization And Policy
 The Role of Hill and Knowlton
 Public Relations Statements About Tirc: Creating A False Controversy
 The Evolving Role Of CTR
 expand sectionIndustry Reaction To The 1964 Surgeon General's Report
 expand sectionReactions By Bat And B&W
 expand sectionChapter 3  Addiction and Cigarettes as Nicotine Delivery Devices
 expand sectionChapter 4  The Search for a "Safe" Cigarette
 expand sectionChapter 5  Public Relations in the "Safe" Cigarette Era
 expand sectionChapter 6  Agricultural Chemicals and Cigarette Additives
 expand sectionChapter 7  Legal Concerns Facing the Industry
 expand sectionChapter 8  Lawyer Management of Scientific Research
 expand sectionChapter 9  Stonewalling: Politics and Public Relations
 expand sectionChapter 10  Environmental Tobacco Smoke and the Nonsmokers' Rights Movement
 expand sectionChapter 11  Where Do We Go from Here?

 expand sectionStatements by Brown and Williamson
 expand sectionList of Available Documents
  About the Authors
  Document Index
 expand sectionName Index
 expand sectionSubject Index

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