Indian gaming
Stuart A. Kallen, book editor

Indian gaming

Published by Greenhaven Press in Detroit .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Gaming provides many benefits to Native American communities / Walking Antelope
Most Native Americans have not profited from gaming / Jacob Coin
Casinos help Indians achieve the American Dream / J. David Tovey Jr.
Casino riches have been managed wisely by the Choctaw / WBUR
Sudden casino wealth has both benefited and harmed California's Chumash Tribe / Glenn F. Bunting
Tribes have traded sovereignty rights for casino profits / Tim Giago
Tribes abuse their sovereign status to avoid government regulation / Jan Golab
Indian casinos have no obligation to share profits with the government
Gaming tribes and states need to work together to help all citizens / Susan Masten
Indian casinos lead to gambling addiction / Candi Cushman
Indian gaming offers a therapeutic escape to many senior citizens / Dave McKibben
Casinos hurt local businesses / Jonathan Krutz
Indian casinos generate crime and corruption / Clara NiiSka
Christian activists are fighting to stop the creation of more Indian casinos / John W. Kennedy
Anti-casino groups threaten tribal economics / Tom Wanamaker
Many Indian gaming opponents are biased against Native Americans / Zoltan Grossman and Debra McNutt

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-106) and index

Series At issue, At issue (San Diego, Calif.)


Library of Congress E98.G18 I529 2006

The Physical Object

Pagination 110 p. ;
Number of pages 110

ID Numbers

Open Library OL17177636M
ISBN 10 0737723882, 0737723890
LC Control Number 2005040263
Library Thing 9670872
Goodreads 1084742

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