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Four out of five physicians prefer Camels

Here’s something for the nostalgia crowd: a pleasant, bichromatic jaunt through the 1950s, when men were men, Elvis was thin, and doctors made house calls. Also, they smoked cigarettes. Lots of cigarettes. Enough cigarettes to develop a serious brand loyalty to Camel, which was easy on the throat and provided a milder, smoother emphysema than other brands. For more examples of why people hate Big Tobacco, here’s a list of some of their slogans.

—Posted by David Kiefaber

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