Marginalia; Memo distributed by Phillip Morris discussing an anti-smoking conference held by the Brookings Institute. Discusses the role and response of organized labor, of management, of government and of the health care system in addressing the issue of workplace smoking. Focuses on topics ranging from the need for better ventilation to the risk of other health hazards (i.e. asbestos) to the rig... read more

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Tom Schelling (Director, Harvard Institute)
Bruce MacLaury (President, The Brookings Institute)
John Dunlop (former Secretary of Labor)
Ken Blaylock (President, American Federation of Government Employees)
Michael Forscey (General Counsel, Tobacco Industry Labor-Management Committee)
Alan Engelberg (American Medical Association)
Lee Fritschler (The Brookings Institute)
Joe Cullen (National Cancer Institute)
Charles Duvall (American Society of Internal Medicine)
Robert McCunney (Cabot Corporation)
Aaron Lightner (Citizens Against Tobacco Smoke)
Gerald Blakeley (Chairman, Inncorp Management Corporation)
Charles Neeson (Professor of Law, Harvard University)
Terry Bean (Vice President of Human Resources, Federal Express)
Charlie Rose
Henry Aaron (The Brookings Institute)
Louis Cabot (Chairman, The Brookings Institute)
Jim Botticelli
Hugh Cullman
Gene Knorr
Jack Nelson
Frank Resnik
Bill Ruder
Greg Scott
Stan Scott
Guy Smith
David Zelkowitz
The Brookings Institution
Harvard Institute for the Study of Smoking Behavior and Policy
Tobacco Institute (TI)
Phillip Morris (PM)
American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)
Tobacco Industry Labor-Management Committee
American Medical Association (AMA)
National Cancer Institute
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
American Society of Internal Medicine
Cabot Corporation
Citizens Against Tobacco Smoke
Inncorp Management Corporation
Harvard University
Federal Express
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
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