Kasey Henricks

Table of Contents

Preface

Bound for Glory, A Word of Thanks


A Foreword by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva

Racialized Taxation: Furthering Racialized Social Systems Theory


Introduction

Black Dollars, White Pockets: Looting by Another Name


Chapter 1

‘No Taxation without Discrimination’: ‘The Lottery Tax,’ State Finance, and Racism


Chapter 2

Lottery Studies and Their Discontents: A Critical Review


Chapter 3

‘Mad as Hell’ Tax Rebels and a Changing Tax Composition: A Historical Corrective for How State Lotteries Emerged


Chapter 4

Dissecting the Evolution of Lotteries and their Racial Implications


Chapter 5

Who Plays? Who Pays?: A Case Study of Illinois


Chapter 6

The Hidden Mechanisms of Racism: Placing Lotteries in Broader Contexts of How Race Works in America


Postscript             

Going All In: Available Policy Alternatives


Appendix A         

Supplementary Material


Appendix B         

Methods


Select Bibliography