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'''Tobacco''' is an herb which, if used according to instructions, results in the early death of many millions of people. [[Child labor]] is legally employed in the United States in the production of tobacco.<ref name = wp10616 >[https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/working-in-tobacco-fields-can-make-kids-sick-but-they-still-need-the-money/2016/10/05/fb0892e8-754b-11e6-8149-b8d05321db62_story.html "Working in tobacco fields can make kids sick. But they still need the money."] article by Alexandra Hall in ''The Washington Post Magazine'' October 6, 2016</ref>
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'''Tobacco''' is an [[addiction|addictive]] herb which, if used according to instructions, results in the early death of many millions of people. [[Child labor]] is legally employed in the United States in the production of tobacco.<ref name = wp10616 >[https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/working-in-tobacco-fields-can-make-kids-sick-but-they-still-need-the-money/2016/10/05/fb0892e8-754b-11e6-8149-b8d05321db62_story.html "Working in tobacco fields can make kids sick. But they still need the money."] article by Alexandra Hall in ''The Washington Post Magazine'' October 6, 2016</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 15:59, 13 October 2016

Tobacco is an addictive herb which, if used according to instructions, results in the early death of many millions of people. Child labor is legally employed in the United States in the production of tobacco.[1]

References

  1. "Working in tobacco fields can make kids sick. But they still need the money." article by Alexandra Hall in The Washington Post Magazine October 6, 2016