New York's Promise: Why Sponsoring Casinos Is a Regressive Policy Unworthy of a Great State

New York's Promise: Why Sponsoring Casinos Is a Regressive Policy Unworthy of a Great State

David Blankenhorn

Institute for American Values, 2013 - 148 pages

A study of the social meaning of gambling, its history in New York State, and why state-sponsored casinos in the Empire State is inconsistent with what former Governor Mario Cuomo called "The New York Idea."

Subjects: Casinos, Gambling

More by: David Blankenhorn

In this fiercely reasoned and richly documented report, David Blankenhorn, president of the Institute for American Values, lays bare the evasions, deceptions, and secrecy behind the rise of a government-gambling complex that is fleecing citizens by enticing them to lose money in rigged games.

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