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The FDA tobacco bill: an opportunity for a 12-step program to heal from institutional addiction | FORCES International
Article Published: March 2007

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"Reading the latest FDA Tobacco Bill is no fun – not only because it is a heavy legal document, but especially because of the strident contradictions it contains. It seems to be a pastiche of concepts and rhetoric stolen from a great number of pre-existing documents, pasted together to feed the hungry antismoking beasts in the political forest. But some new and previously ignored concepts have also made it in – concepts that could be somewhat revolutionary for tobacco policy. That the document is loaded with confusion and contradictions and thus dangers and opportunity makes its exploration worthwhile."

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