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Richard A. McGowan

Ethics of gambling

By Richard A. McGowan
September 21, 2007

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THE ETHICS surrounding the gambling issue, both in theory and reality, is surprisingly complex. In 1996, Congress formed a commission to examine the gambling controversy, particularly its impact on America during the previous two decades. For two years, the commissioners held citizen meetings around the country to gather opinions from every segment of society. The commission's conclusion? More study had ... (Full article: 722 words)

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