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This paper relates that the discussion on online gambling has become more difficult for gambling opponents simply because society has sanctioned many forms of gambling in recent years, notably state lotteries and Indian casinos. The paper explains how opponents cite gambling as an addiction that destroys families, and this argument has been carried into the discussion of online gambling because such gambling is so easy and seemingly impersonal while also being very costly.
From the Paper:"The issue under discussion is twofold. First, has Internet gambling been legalized; and second, should it be legalized? Internet gambling has not been legalized and has in fact been made illegal under American law. This does not mean that Internet gambling is withering, and in fact, it is increasing at a rapid rate, much of it taking place through foreign websites accessed by American citizens. A number of arguments have been advanced for why Internet gambling should not be legalized, but some have also made arguments as to why it should be legalized. In one way, the discussion has become more difficult for gambling opponents simply because society has sanctioned many forms of gambling in recent years, notably..."
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Online Gambling (2006, December 01) Retrieved May 30, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/online-gambling-129772/
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