GAMBLING THREAT TO NATIONAL AND HOMELAND SECURITY: INTERNET GAMBLING (UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL GAMBLING REPORT® SERIES)
Item #: 71177
Pages: 1,200 p.
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. A major goal of the series is the preservation of documents in danger of being lost, particularly in their historical context; therefore, each document is preceded by 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.