Although the United States has become increasingly aware of the dangers posed by the use of tobacco products, people continue to smoke, including large numbers of youth. Despite their strong lobbying efforts, the tobacco industry has come under fire by citizens groups and Congress. Regardless, tobacco companies continue manufacturing their products and marketing them at home and abroad.
Tobacco industry—Government policy
Tobacco industry—United States
Tobacco industry—United States—History
Drugs and drug abuse
Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report
CQ Researcher, September 13, 1991; December 4, 1992; and September 30, 1994.
Editorials on File, Facts on File.
Facts on File
Jaffe, Jerome H., ed. Encyclopedia of Drugs and Alcohol, 1994.
EBSCO Magazine Article Summaries
NewsBank and other newspaper indexes
Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature
SIRS (Social Issues Resources Series)