Norman Blumenthal has no love for Joe Camel, the Marlboro Man or any other advertising icon that once made smoking seem cool and part of a desirable lifestyle.

That’s because the La Jolla, Calif., lawyer believes those ads weren’t aimed at free-thinking adults, but rather at impressionable youngsters eager to be popular and fit in with the crowd: Joe Camel was just bait for a lifetime addiction.

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