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Author Tyrrell, Ian R.

Title Deadly enemies : tobacco and its opponents in Australia / Ian Tyrrell
Published Sydney : UNSW Press, 1999

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 WATERFT BUSINESS  338.476797 Tyr/Det  DUE 11-06-24
Description xiv, 271 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Summary Smoking and anti-smoking have always been deadly enemies in Australia, through the power balance between the two has shifted over time. Deadly Enemies is a wide-ranging history of tobacco consumption in Australia from the early nineteenth century to the present day. The book draws on oral history, popular fiction and memoir - as well as newspapers and journals from each period covered - to present a vivid picture of the cultural context for smoking
Analysis Attitudes
Cancer
History
Smoking
Smoking bans
Social behaviour
Tobacco and tobacco products
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Smoking -- Australia.
Tobacco use -- Social aspects -- Australia.
Tobacco use -- Australia -- Public opinion.
Tobacco industry -- Australia -- History.
Tobacco smoke pollution.
Tobacco use -- Australia -- History.
Tobacco -- Physiological effect -- Australia.
Tobacco -- Australia -- History.
ISBN 0868407453 (paperback)