The American Prospect looks into what Philip Morris is doing these days to acquire a more wholesome image, all the while promoting its products. "It might raise eyebrows that children and youth engage in otherwise worthwhile activities while carrying brochures and leaflets bearing the Philip Morris logo, but these and scores of other programs are important parts of an aggressive public-relations campaign by the world's largest maker of cigarettes."
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