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Hardy, J.E.
November 1990
Scholastic Update;11/16/90, Vol. 123 Issue 6, p18
Explores the impact of alcohol advertising on teen alcohol consumption. Arguments against such advertising; Response from beer and wine companies; Why alcohol companies advertise during sports events; Mixed messages sent to teenagers.


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