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Title: The Politics of Indian Gaming in the United States
Authors: Spilde, Katherine A.
Keywords: Indians of North America -- Gambling
Issue Date: 25-Mar-2004
Abstract: Dr. Spilde's presentation included a discussion of research addressing the social and economic impacts of Indian gaming in the United States. She also examined the ways in which Indian gaming has been met with decidedly mixed reactions by the public in the U.S. and outlined how these same issues might impact First Nations gambling in Alberta.
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