Cigarettes & Politics Essay by The Research Group

Cigarettes & Politics
Analysis of the political debate concerning cigarette advertising & the FDA efforts to regulate nicotine as a drug. Includes an annotated bibliography.
# 11320 | 1,575 words | 11 sources | 1996 | US


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"Cigarette smoking has been marginalized in American society for some time. The process began with the Surgeon General's Report in the 1960s, followed by laws removing cigarette commercials from television. The program continues to this day with further efforts to eliminate smoking from restaurants, the workplace, and other public sites, and to prevent young people from taking up smoking in the first place. One of the most recent efforts has been an Executive Order signed by President Clinton to limit tobacco advertising in any form aimed at teens and to set other limits on the industry. This proposal has been published by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is soliciting public comments before the order is implemented and before Congress takes up legislation either implementing this

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