Gambling and the Law®: Endless fields of dreams

@article{Rose1995GamblingAT,
  title={Gambling and the Law®: Endless fields of dreams},
  author={I. Nelson Rose},
  journal={Journal of Gambling Studies},
  year={1995},
  volume={11},
  pages={15-33}
}
  • I. Nelson Rose
  • Published in Journal of gambling studies 1995
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Gambling Studies
  • This article examines the current trends of proliferation of commercial gaming, especially in the United States, in the context of the “third wave” of legalization of gambling that has been experienced since the founding of the nation. The author looks at the historic foundations of the spread of casino-style gambling, and notes the types of casino gaming that have led the way in the current expansion. He also points out why it is reasonable to expect that this wave too may come crashing down… CONTINUE READING

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