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The story that Big Tobacco
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More About Bad Acts:

Sharon Eubanks, the lawyer who led the Department of Justice team that won the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act case against the tobacco industry, and Stanton Glantz, renowned anti-tobacco industry activist and researcher, co-authored the book Bad Acts, that tells the behind-the-scenes story of the case.

On January 20, 1999, President Bill Clinton announced in his State of the Union address that the  Justice Department was planning to sue the tobacco industry and assigned the task to Attorney General Janet Reno. This book is the story of that case - the politics, the litigation, the behavior of the industry and its lawyers, the efforts by the Bush Administration to gut the case, and the ultimate victory in court.

Bad Acts tells the story, not yet fully revealed, of what was happening behind-the-scenes at the Department of Justice as the case approached victory, when the Bush Administration intervened, with some success, to protect Big Tobacco. The book examines the political influences and interferences of both Clinton Democrats and George W. Bush Republicans. It is a candid behind-the-scenes account of how the case was put together, how the industry attempted to halt the case, and how it ultimately was won by the Justice Department.