BUSINESS & PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORTNIGHTLY VOLUME X, NUMBER 8

MOORE M
PHILLIPS K
1988-06-15

Article from "Business and Public Affairs Fortnightly" discussing strength and visibility of tobacco lobby. Focuses on alliances tobacco has made with arts organizations, labor unions, and minorities. Also discusses tax and state legislative alliances. Claims that "tobacco industry isn't going to go down easily."

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TOBACCO INSTITUTE
PHILIP MORRIS
RJR NABISCO
CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS FOUNDATION
CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS INSTITUTE
WOMENS RESEARCH & EDUCATION INSTITUTION
CONGESSIONAL CAUCUS FOR WOMENS ISSUES
NATIONAL WOMENS CAUCUS
TOBACCO INDUSTRY LABOR MANAGEMENT CMTE
NATL BLACK CAUCUS OF STATE LEGISLATORS
CITIZENS FOR TAX JUSTICE
AMERICAN LEGISLATIVE EXCHANGE COUNCIL
NATL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES
COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS
WALL STREET JOURNAL
LOS ANGELES TIMES
NEW YORK MUSEUM
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