ROLE OF TOBACCO COMPANIES DISTORTED

SEIDENSTICKER,RB
1979-02-00

Letter to the editor of the Morning Herald from Liggett Group Inc. regarding the group Californians for Common Sense, a California group formed to oppose Proposition 5. Argues that the proposition was defeated because people did not want government regulations to substitute for their individual choice, not, as supporters claim, because it had access to the unlimited funds of the tobacco industry.

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HOLSTI,OR
HENNING,JF #FLOURNOY,HI #DUNLAP,KB #
TI
DURHAM HERALD
CALIFORNIANS FOR COMMON SENSE
CA LABOR FEDERATION
AFLCIO
UNIV OF CA
UNIV OF SOUTHERN CA
CALIFORNIANS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC BALANCE
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
CA REPUBLICAN ASSEMBLY
INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMENS AND WAREHOUSEMENS UNION
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS
UNITED AUTO WORKERS
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS
CA STATE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
CA MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
CA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS
CA HOTEL MOTEL ASSOCIATION
CA RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION
DUKE UNIV POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
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