In actual documents from 1991, Big Tobacco profiled variousfemale mindsets. They described one type of woman by saying she "lacks control over her life," "feels vulnerable," and is "mainly negative about the future."
"Mindset Segments." Truth Tobacco Industry Documents. 03 Jan. 1991. Report.
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