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This lapse illustrated a fundamental truth about casino regulation at the time: Once the state licensed an owner, the Division of Gaming Enforcement had a powerful incentive not to overturn its initial judgment. State officials recited like a mantra their promise that New Jersey casinos were the most highly regulated business in American history, more tightly regulated than nuclear power plants. In Temples of Chance I showed that this reputation often owed less to careful enforcement than to their willingness to look the other way when problems arose.
Yes, and I'm sure David Cay Johnston, who published that article in May, wasn't trying to push interest in book sales for his book, "The Making of Donald Trump" that was just released in August..
Are you upset about the effective marketing campaign? Or do you think there are factual issues with the story?