Review: Chloe E. Taft. From Steel to Slots: Capitalism in the Postindustrial City
The American Historical Review
First page number:
Last page number:
Nevada had a twentieth-century monopoly on legal casino gambling in the U.S. until the May 26, 1978, opening of Resorts International in Atlantic City, New Jersey. In the thirty-eight years since the Garden State’s roll of the dice, a mix of states, tribal governments, and federal bodies have variously appraised and endorsed casino gambling’s utility as a revenue generator, job creator, development incubator, and all-around social good. According to the American Gaming Association, the industry’s trade group, casino gambling today supports 1.7 million jobs in forty states
Schwartz, D. G.
Review: Chloe E. Taft. From Steel to Slots: Capitalism in the Postindustrial City.
The American Historical Review, 122(1),