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The Atlantic City Boom, 25 Years Later

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The Atlantic City Boom, 25 Years Later

The Atlantic City Boom, 25 Years Later

The Atlantic City Boom, 25 Years Later

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In 1978, New Jersey legalized gambling and the seaside resort town of Atlantic City took off. In a two-part report for All Things Considered, NPR's Steve Inskeep reports on how gambling has changed the world-famous boardwalk — and also how a new generation is hoping to attract non-gambling business.

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