Lotteries: The invisible hand that built colonial America Lotteries and the lottery systems are actually more American than most people realize. In the 1700-1800s, lotteries were instrumental for government operations to facilitate the settlement of North America. In fact, Jamestown, America’s first British colony, relied on capital from rich investors, the 17th century equivalent of…
In a calendar year, Americans spend more money – to the tune of $70 billion dollars – on lottery tickets than music, movies, books, video games and sports teams combined. It’s common knowledge that the lottery preys primarily on everyday people – normally residing in marginalized communities: racial minorities, low wage earners, those living in…
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