CEI (Doc Index)

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The Competitive Enterprise Institute was one of the most successful of the mercenary libertarian think-tanks which made up the Atlas Group/Network. It which worked most dilligently for the tobacco industry's rights to kill its customers.

These are some of the many documents dealing with this noxious organisation which can be found in the tobacco industry archives.

 

 

Documents & Timeline

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1997 Joshua S Slavitt at Philip Morris was Senior Manager, Issues Planning and handled the generous company donations to both real and phantom think-tanks and institutes which supported the company and tobacco industry. (His associates in this brown paper-bag operation were Roy Marden, John R Dunham and Tracy Mihaus)

Slavitt reports many millions of dollars given to various think-tanks over the 1997 year, with $100,000 for the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). This is considerably less than they were giving to the Cato Institute ($175,000) and the Competitive Enterprise Institute ($125,000). [2]