From left, Laurence Tisch, of Loews; Geoffrey Bible, Philip Morris; Vincent Gierer, UST; Steven Goldstone, RJR Nabisco; and Nicholas Brooks, Brown & Williamson, at a 1998 House hearing.
From left, Laurence Tisch, of Loews; Geoffrey Bible, Philip Morris; Vincent Gierer, UST; Steven Goldstone, RJR Nabisco; and Nicholas Brooks, Brown & Williamson, at a 1998 House hearing. New York Times News Service
From left, Laurence Tisch, of Loews; Geoffrey Bible, Philip Morris; Vincent Gierer, UST; Steven Goldstone, RJR Nabisco; and Nicholas Brooks, Brown & Williamson, at a 1998 House hearing. New York Times News Service

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