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I had some trouble spotting the flaw for this question. Is the flaw in the stimulus that the pesticides produced by the U.S. that are then imported to the U.S. do not necessarily GREATLY increase the health risk? To me, it seems that it would still increase the health risk at least a little even if other countries were also sending those pesticides because it would still increase the amount of pesticides.
For example, couldn't it be argued that eating junk food is bad for you, but if you eat more, the risks are even greater?
If this is not the correct reasoning, could someone please walk me through how to correctly approach this problem? Thank you