Risky Business: Americas Fascination with Gambling Ronald M. Pavalko

ISBN: 9780830415267

Published: October 27th 1999

Paperback

225 pages


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Risky Business: Americas Fascination with Gambling  by  Ronald M. Pavalko

Risky Business: Americas Fascination with Gambling by Ronald M. Pavalko
October 27th 1999 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 225 pages | ISBN: 9780830415267 | 9.42 Mb

Ronald Pavalkos unbiased, impeccably researched book explores the societal, economic, and personal ramifications of gambling, enabling your students to make informed personal, as well as public policy choices, on gambling-related issues. FollowingMoreRonald Pavalkos unbiased, impeccably researched book explores the societal, economic, and personal ramifications of gambling, enabling your students to make informed personal, as well as public policy choices, on gambling-related issues. Following an overview of relevant popular, scholarly, and therapeutic literature, the author examines sociological perspectives on gambling and the history of gambling in the United States from Colonial times through the new millenium.

He explores the economic impact of legal gambling at both the national and local levels, and then turns to the roles that legislatures, courts, administrative agencies, and voters play in legalizing or criminalizing gambling.



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