At least a chance

Kinney, David
February 2004
Business North Carolina;Feb2004, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p5
Comments on issues about lottery in North Carolina. Opinion on the contention that the state cannot have a lottery; Reaction to people who believe that they can become rich by winning the lottery; Benefits that can be gained by the government from lottery.


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