1 Ibid., p. 10.

2 Kelly, op.cit., p. 543.

3 For example, see "Indian Gambling's Nonregulators," Sacramento Bee, 29 July 1996, p. B6.

4 "Indian Casinos: Tighter Rein Urged," San Diego Union-Tribune, 3 October 1996, p. A9.

5 Sullivan, op.cit., p. 1111.

6 John Nordheimer, "In Atlantic City's Shadow, Tribe is Seeking to Open a Casino," New York Times, 18 August 1995, p. A10.

7 Sullivan, op.cit., p. 1152.

8 "Midwest Indian Tribes Flex Washington Muscle in Successful Drive to Sink Rival Gaming Project," Wall Street Journal, 12 July 1996, p. A12.

9 Morin, op.cit., p. 13.

10 Furillo, op.cit. p. B1.

11 Kelly, op.cit., p. 521.

12 Tim Giago, "Indians Can't Gamble With Their Futures," Sacramento Bee, 4 August 1995, p. B7.

13 "Indian Bureau Forced to Slash its Staff by More than 20%," San Francisco Chronicle, 7 September 1995, p. A4.

14 Paul Salopek, "Casino Builds a Wall in Tribe," Chicago Tribune, 7 July 1996, p. 1.

15 Ursula J. Richards and Davis Soherr-Hadwiger, "Kivas, Casinos and Campaigns: Effects of Casino Gaming on Native American Electoral Participation in New Mexico," University of New Mexico, Unpublished paper, 1996, p. 3.

16 Kelly, op.cit., p. 521.

17 Ibid., pp. 519-520.

18 Ibid., p. 521.

19 Matt Connor, "Casino Catalyst, Has Tribal Gaming Spurred Casino Legalization Nationwide?" International Gaming and Wagering Business, 1 March 1995.

20 Harris, op.cit., p. B3.