Gambling and the Public Interest

Gambling and the Public Interest

Gambling and the Public Interest

Gambling and the Public Interest

Synopsis

"No longer confined to Nevada and Atlantic City, gambling is emerging with astonishing pervasiveness, from the new Native American casinos to state-run lotteries to the Internet. Collins argues that a moral case for banning gambling is untenable in a society committed to liberal democratic values. Instead he sees a role for furthering public policy goals and mitigating the ill effects of gambling on communities - and on the gamblers themselves." Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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