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Tennessee Law Banning Cigarette Sales
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Due to Bribery And Corruption Among Officials
The Right to Fresh and Pure Air
Sample Court Order Banning Others' Smoking
"Bacteria Not Flu Killed Most In 1918." "A new study in Emerging Infectious Diseases concludes that bacteria not influenza killed most people in the 1918 flu epidemic." "Influenza killed cells in the respiratory tract, which became food and home for invading bacteria that overwhelmed overstressed immune systems." In essence, "bacterial pneumonia piggybacked on . . . flu cases." John M. Barry, The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History (New York: Penguin Viking, 2004) Prof. Raymond Pearl, "Influenza Studies. I. On Certain General Statistical Aspects of the 1918 Epidemic in American Cities," Public Health Reports 1743-1783 (Washington DC: Govt Printing Office, 8 Aug 1919), Reprint No. 548. Prof. Raymond Pearl, "Influenza Studies. II. Further Data on the Correlation of Explosiveness of Outbreak of the 1918 Epidemic. III. On the Correlation of Destructiveness of the 1918 Epidemic. IV. On the Correlation Between Explosiveness and Total Destructiveness of the Epidemic Mortality," Public Health Reports 273-298 (Washington DC: Govt Printing Office, 18 Feb 1921). Reprint No. 642.
|Prof. Raymond Pearl was the researcher who attempted to call public attention to the higher death rate from tobacco use, and was censored in the 1930's.|
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