Good in good dust jacket. Ex-library. structurally intact, slight yellowing to pages, minimal soil and wear, library system withdrawn with typical markings and pocket page removed, cello cover over dust jacket has kept book in better overall condition. 306 pages, Includes Index "Is the Nevada gambling experiment a cancer in American society? Does the legality of gambling in Reno and Las Vegas breed illegality and crime throughout the nations? Why have such diverse but public names as Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Hoffa, Roy Cohn so often been connected by our press with Las Vegas and its gambling czars? " "A vividly documented expose of a frightening development in our economy: the spread of gangsters' methods and morals from The Strip in Las Vegas to Wall Street and beyond. "
Good + in Good- jacket. Book Good + hardcover in good-dustjacket. May be some rubbing, bumping and shelfwear to edges, corners and spine of book. May be some rubbing, chipping and large tears to edges, corners and spine of dustjacket. Overall a good reading copy only. All hardcovers are shipped in protective Demco mylar.
A vividly documented expose of a frightening development of our economy: the spread of gangster's methods and morals from "the strip" in Las Vegal to Wall Street and beyond. 306 pp. VG/VG-minor chipping to DJ.
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