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Fools of fortune, or, Gambling and gamblers comprehending a history of the vice in ancient and modern times, and in both hemispheres, an exposition of its alarming prevalence and destructive effects, with an unreserved and exhaustive disclosure of such frauds, tricks and devices as are practiced by "professional" gamblers, "confidence men" and "bunko steerers" /
by John Philip Quinn ; with introductions by Charles P. Johnson and John Snyder, and chapters contributed by David Swing and Robert McIntyre.
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Chicago : Anti-Gambling Association, 1892.
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