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The Boston Globe
From The Boston Globe, April 2, 1986
"Nearly half of the people who play Megabucks consider the game addictive, according to a survey conducted for [this] Massachusetts Lottery.
"The survey indicates 46 percent of Megabucks players consider the game addictive, while 41 percent of Daily Numbers players and 35 percent of Instant Game players think those games are addictive.
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