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a draft system, whether professional sports or the military, enable those who are hiring to
A.avoid paying a living wage
B.produce what they produce at a lower cost
C.educe the cost of labor
D.transfer part of the cost of labor to someone other than themselves

isnt B the correct answer?

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    a draft system, whether professional sports or the military, enable those who are hiring to
    A.avoid paying a living wage
    B.produce what they produce at a lower cost
    C.educe the cost of labor
    D.transfer part of the cost of labor to someone other than themselves

    isnt B the correct answer?

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