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1996-04-18

MOJO TAKES ON TOBACCO.

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Mother Jones magazine has just released an expose of the cigarette industry which reveals big tobacco’s deep ties to the Republican Party, as well as the industry’s strategy to defeat regulation, a strategy that includes intimidation and bribery. The special report documents the flow of money to Bob Dole (Mother Jones calls Dole "Marlboro’s Man") GUEST: Jeffrey Klein, Editor of Mother Jones.

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