Published below is a set of commentaries on Lawrence Wallack's editorial, published in the August 1992 issue (vol. 87, pp. 1109-1111). These commentaries will be followed by further commentaries and Wallack's reply in the next issue of Addiction. We are damned for making an effort to promote the cultural life of minority communitiesârather than limiting our focus to The opinions regarding the beverage alcohol in- broader majority markets. Would we be praised dustry offered by Associate Professor Lawrence for withdrawing from these activities? And just Wallack in Volume 87 (1992) of the Bntish what is Mr Wallack saying with the suggestion Journal of Addiction reflect not so much a distaste that marketing our products in those particular for companies in the beer, wine and spirits in- communities is " . . . even literally a matter of life dustry as an absence of respect for our and death . . .". Is he suggesting that certain ethnic neighborhoods need special rules or specontributions to the social well-being. As the executive charged with the responsibil- cial treatment? Would our industry be praised ity for developing and implementing policy at for practising such paternalistic discrimination? Seagram with regard to the
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Published: Jan 1, 1993
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