Unfiltered: Conflicts over Tobacco Policy and Public Health

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Action on Smoking and Health (ASH): in the U.S., 11, 20, 261; in Australia, 99, 103, 107, 109; in the UK, 114, 122, 126, 130, 134, 135, 296
Addiction: as justification for anti-tobaccc policy, 36, 132–134, 152, 253–254, 256; and the protection of youth, 109, 253
Advertising, freedom of expression and, 10–19, 83–86, 180, 238; impact on consumption of, 14–15, 203, 294–295
Advertising restrictions: in the U.S., 6, 10–19; in Japan, 53–54; in Canada, 72, 74, 81, 83–87; in Australia, 93–96, 99–104; in the UK, 118–119, 125–126, 133–134; in France, 143–144, 149; in Germany, 177–179; in Denmark, 203–206; in the European Union, 234–239
AIDS policy, 4, 5, 111, 305
Airplanes and smoking restrictions, 267–273, 298; in the U.S., 19, 20, 23; in Japan, 57; in Canada, 79; in Australia, 106; in the UK, 127; in France, 144; in the EU, 245
Alcohol prohibition, tobacco prohibition vs., 148
Altria. See Philip Morris
Anti-tobacco activism. See non-smokers’ rights organizations
Banzhaf, John, 11, 20, 261
Bars, smoking restrictions in, 36, 74, 106, 128, 183
Brown & Williamson, 9
Cancer: smoking and, 1, 10, 43–14, 64–65, 69, 92, 221; environmental tobacco smoke and, 21, 24, 55–56, 124, 242
Chapman, Simon, 27, 98, 112
Children. See youth
Commercial speech doctrine. See advertising, freedom of expression and
Counteradvertising: in the U.S., 11, 13; in Australia, 98–99, 112; in Germany, 186; Denmark, 202–203
Courts. See litigation
Demographic patterns of smoking, 299–307; in the U.S., 34; in Japan, 42–43; in Canada, 70–71; in Australia, 89–90; in the UK, 115; in France, 140; in Germany, 167–169; in Denmark, 194–196; in the EU, 220–221. See also social class and smoking

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