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continue aggressive legal action to recover medical costs from tobacco companies. Society must convey the importance of preventing youth smoking by demanding and enforcing no tobacco use on school and restricted public property and strictly penalizing distribution of cigarettes to minors. Effective counseling and treatment for addicted smokers is essential to help end tobacco?s grip on the public. The public attitude toward smoking continues to shift in favor of healthier life habits. Finally public pressure is forcing the unethical tobacco companies to pay up. Daft, Richard L. (1997) Management. Fort Worth: Dryden Press Gibbs, W. Wayt (1998) Big Tobacco?s Worst Nightmare. In Scientific American. Available: http://www.sciam.com/1998/0798issue/0798profile.html (10-18-99) Jarvis,

Martin, and Bates, Clive (1999) Why Low Tar Cigarettes Don?t Work and How the Tobacco Industry Has Fooled The Smoking Public. Available: http://www.ash.org.uk/papers/big-one.html Krohe, James (1997) Ethics are Nice, but Business is Business and related articles.In Across The Board. 1997, v. 34, n. 4, p. 16(7) Lown, Bernard (1998) Tobacco 2- The Opium Wars of the 21st Century: Tobacco and the Developing World. Available: http://www.healthnet.org/programs/procor/9710comm.html Stauber, John and Rampton, Sheldon (1995) Smokin?! How the American Tobacco Industry Employs PR Scum to Continue Its Murderous Assault on Human Lives. Available: http://desrt.net/tw/11-22-95/cover.html The Inhalers. In Common Cause Magazine. (Spring 1995)

Available:http://www.ccsi.com/~comcause/news/exhale.html The Tobacco Use Among Youth. SAILOR ? Maryland?s online public information network. Available: http://www.sailor.lib.md.ustopics/nosale/no_sale.I.html