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“Charles A. Biddle, Gambling, and the U.S. Court for China.”, Jarvis, Robert M., Gaming Law Review and Economics: Regulation, Compliance, and Policy, Vol 17, No. 10, Dec 2013, pp 746.
The above made mention of my work in performing research for Mr. Jarvis in his endeavor to paint an accurate portrayal of Mr. Biddle.
“The Researcher” by Bonaccorso, Amy, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. NRC, issue 4, May 2011, pp 6: