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Indian Gaming: Who Wins?

Edited By Angela Mullis and David Kamper, 2000. UCLA American Indian Studies Center.

Indian Gaming: Who Wins? is an anthology of articles that examines contemporary American Indian gaming as it plays out in economics, history, literature, and law. The essays offer various viewpoints on the complicated and increasingly vexed questions attending the prerogatives exercised by American Indians when establishing gambling enterprises on their reservations. Based on a 1997 University of California, Los Angeles conference, the book includes scholarly points of view as well as a section devoted to the perspectives of those working in the gaming industry.

189 pp.

$15.00 paper; ISBN: 978-0-935626-53-0

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Mimicry of Indian Gaming
David Kamper

From Hope to Realization of Dreams: Proposition 5 and California Indian Gaming
Chad M. Gordon (Muscogee Creek)

Winning the Sovereignty Jackpot: The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act and the Struggle for Sovereignty
Sioux Harvey
California High Court Strikes Down Indian Gaming in Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union v. Davis
Joseph G. Nelson (Tlinget/Eyak)

Amici Curiae Brief of Indian Law Professors in the Case of Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union v. Wilson
Carole E. Goldberg and Indian Law Professors
Cabazon and Its Implications for Indian Gaming
Alexander Tallchief Skibine (Osage)

Indian Gaming: The State's View
Thomas Gede

Educating Local Non-Indian Communities about Indian Nation Governmental Gaming: Messages and Methods
Katherine A. Spilde
Gaming and Recent American Indian Economic Development
Joseph G. Jorgensen
Traditional and Modern Perspectives on Indian Gaming: The Struggle for Sovereignty
James V. Fenelon (Lakota/Dakota)

Contesting the Evil Gambler: Gambling, Choice, and Survival in American Indian Texts
Paul Pasquaretta

The Bingo Palace: Indian Gaming as a Literary Device
Karen L. Wallace

Ron Andrade (La Jolla)
Mary Ann Andreas (Morongo)
Priscilla Hunter (Pomo)
Ernie L. Stevens Jr. (Oneida)
Erma J. Vizenor (Chippewa)