Edited by William R. Eadington and Meighan R. Doyle
Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming
University of Nevada, Reno, 2009
The last quarter-century has seen prolific but often eccentric legalization of many types of gambling-especially casino-style gaming-all over the world, with results that have varied from commendable to acceptable to regrettable. This is a book that discusses “how to get it right,” along with a sober and realistic description of the political pitfalls and difficulties that arise when attempting to do so.