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David C McLean
The tobacco Institute's representative and public-affairs manager in California (Western Area) from 1975 to 1980. He then became a 'special consultant'.
McClean worked closely with Dobbs & Neilsen, and with the campaign managers, Woodward & McDowell on the Californians for Common Sense project which was the successful attempt to defeat the anti-smoking initiative known as Proposition 5.
His immediate boss in 1978 was Jack Kelly who had moved over from the Californian distributors organisation to help run the Californians for Common Sense project.