S3, Ep 7: John Hill and the Tobacco-Oil-Plastic Triangle

by | Feb 27, 2020

John Hill, founder of Hill & Knowlton, was an Ivy Lee devotee who worked for Standard Oil in the 1930s, strategized against labor movements and the New Deal, and wound up representing the American Petroleum Institute and the Tobacco Industry Research Committee—a fake research group formed by the CEOs of all the major tobacco companies in the 1950s—at the very same time. His manipulation skills were so good they even fooled the legendary Edward R. Murrow.

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S3, Ep 7: John Hill and the Tobacco-Oil-Plastic Triangle
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