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How did opium affect life in China? A. It was used by Chinese people, but not at unsafe levels. B. It allowed China to keep Great Britain out of China. C. It was replaced by gold for use in trade. D. Many Chinese people became addicted.
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Opium affected life in China because many Chinese people became addicted.
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