Common Cause Magazine details how one tobacco industry executive, Louis Bantle, made millions of dollars from the sale of his company's snuff, Cpopenhagen, which was really popular among teenagers, and profiles one teenager who eventually died of mouth and throat cancer after chewing Copenhagen snuff. The article shows how the company, UST, has avoided the spotlight on most tobacco companies, because it does most of its business in rural areas. Summer 1993.
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