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As much as 10 percent of the American economy is comprised of illegal "underground" enterprises. In his new book, author and "Atlantic Monthly" correspondent Eric Schlosser spotlights three of the most thriving black market industries in the U.S.: pornography, marijuana, and migrant labor.
- Eric Schlosser author and "Atlantic Monthly" correspondent
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