Interest Groups, Lobbying, and Deception: The Tobacco Industry and Airline Smoking
Peggy Lopipero, Dorie E. Apollonio, and Lisa A. Bero discuss the efforts of the tobacco industry to prevent the passage of airline smoking restrictions. They find that interest groups and lobbyists do not necessarily feel obligated to provide accurate information and that competing interest groups may not be able to prevent this misrepresentation.
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