Lottery wars: case studies in Bible Belt politics, 1986-2005

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Lexington Books, 2007 - Games - 218 pages
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Randy Bobbitt examines the political debates and underlying communications strategies over proposed state lotteries that took place in the Southeastern United States between 1986 and 2005. Based on research from thousands of media articles, goverment documents, and interviews with politicians, religious leaders, and journalists,Lottery Wars brings the history of state lotteries and the persuasive strategies used to debate them up to date.

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Pie in the Sky
1
Talking Points
9
Up Close Personal and in
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