Mano, D. Keith
October 1981
National Review;10/16/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 20, p1219
The article presents the author's impression on Atlantic City, New Jersey. Prostitution is prevalent in the city. Casinos are plenty. It describes the attitude of residents of the city. It presents information on the night life in the city. Some of the major tourist attractions in the city are presented.


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