Learn about how pokies have fared in Australia in this eBook. You will also learn about the reactions from politicians. All the sections in the eBook are listed as follows: Introduction, Politicians Reactions to Pokies and Recommended Resources.
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Description: Learn about how pokies have fared in Australia in this eBook from its inception to the present. You will also learn about how people have reacted to the introduction of pokies, including the reactions and regulations from politicians. A basic history of pokies is also available to view in this eBook.
All the sections in the eBook are listed as follows:
-Politicians Reactions to Pokies
The Introduction section introduces the topic of the eBook which is about how pokies have fared in Australia and provides some basic history tracing back to the beginnings of pokies in Australia. The Politicians Reactions to Pokies section provides more detailed information about how politicians have reacted to the introduction of pokies and the regulations that they imposed as a result.
The Recommended Resources section provides some additional links for the avid gambler to find out about other games of gambling.
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