In 2001, the US produced 1.121 billion pounds of tobacco. This is down from 1.941 billion pounds in 1975. The link below opens a PDF entitled U.S. Tobacco Production, Consumption and Export Trends.
The drop in production of tobacco — which has resulted from declining demand and increased international competition — highlights an issue that often occurs in matters of ecological issues, which is balancing the traditional with the progressive. Farmers in the southeastern area of the country are struggling to make a living through tobacco:
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