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The tobacco industry can no longer claim legal invincibility. Prof. Brandt argued that this is the result of critical changes in the science of tobacco's harms, generating a fundamental transformation in the meaning of smoking. Prof. Brandt considered the ethical issues at stake in adjudicating responsibility for the harms incurred by smoking. Finally, he assessed the future of liability as a strategy for reducing harms to the public's health.