A stall keeper at the city market gave awa (kava) as a “present” for every ten-cent purchase of apples and/or vegetables.
Selling awa was illegal, but he claimed he wasn’t selling it.
Was the stall keeper found guilty of illegally dealing awa?
Read more about it in “Awa Was a Present.”
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