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GAMBLING WITH CRIME, DESTABILIZED ECONOMIES, AND FINANCIAL SYSTEMS (UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL GAMBLING REPORTĀ® SERIES)

Kindt, J. (Senior Editor)


Item #: 66278
Printed: 2008.

Series: UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL GAMBLING REPORT SERIES
Subjects: BUSINESS/ECONOMICS, LAW REFORM, PUBLIC LAW & POLICY

Titles in the series contain reprints of many important government documents and academic source materials relevant to gambling issues, divided topically. These books preserve documents in danger of being lost, particularly in their historical context; therefore, each document is preceded by a historical commentary. The reprinted documents are primarily substantive reference materials, especially those contributing to determinations of congressional intent as well as the motivations of federal/state decision-makers. The front matter contains a preface, introduction, note on censorship by big gambling, and erudite executive summaries of both U.S. and American Indian gambling which list strategic determinations, problems, goals, background, trends and conditioning factors, and recommendations.

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