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Sources: Congress’ Strategy For Slashing U.S. Gambling Activity Proves Problematic, Part II

Daily News-Post (Monrovia, Calif.), “Beach Police Denounced by High Court,” Feb. 9, 1954.

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H.R. 4473, Public Law 183, Part VII–Wagering, Oct. 20, 1951,

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Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “No Pre-Confession,” Feb. 4, 1968.

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Oakland Tribune (Calif.), “Lawmen Criticize Court Rulings,” Jan. 30, 1968.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Gambling Stamp Ruled Illegal,” May 6, 1952.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Gambling Stamp Law Said ‘Flop,'” Nov. 1, 1952.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “The Gambling Tax,” March 15, 1954.

The Indianapolis News (Ind.), “Gambling Tax Stamp Sale Nears Record,” Jan. 30, 1953.

The Sun-Telegram (San Bernardino, Calif.), “Federal Bureau to Crack Down on Illegal Gambling,” Jan. 19, 1975.

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