27 years ago, the New York Times fretted that alcohol and tobacco companies were putting too many advertisements in poor neighborhoods. ”This marketing strategy is outrageous and immoral,” said Harold P. Freeman, director of surgery of Harlem Hospital and national president of the American Cancer Society. ”The cigarette industry just wants to make money because […]
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