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Big Tobacco is a pejorative term often applied to the tobacco industry in general, or more particularly to the "big three" tobacco corporations in the United States: Philip Morris USA (Altria), R.J. Reynolds (Reynolds American), and Lorillard.
- Jesse Steinfeld (15 August 2014). "US surgeon-general under Nixon who defied Big Tobacco by putting health warnings on cigarette packets". The Times.
- Big Tobacco Manufacturers
- Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
- Doward, Jamie (11 October 2015). "Revealed: how 'big tobacco' used EU rules to win health delay". The Observer. Retrieved 15 October 2015.
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